|Aerial view from the website of this village, interesting how the greenery stops at the moors, the beck winds through|
Saturday we went for a walk to Hutton-le Hole.about 6 miles down the road. As you can see it sits on the edge of the moors. The heather is that dark colour of winter already, only the bracken enlivens the scene. I photographed fungi along the way, tiny mushrooms no bigger than your nail, and a strange 'fingers' type fungi I think... In the village, still plenty of tourists. Also the round animal pound and a garden full of winter greens by the cottages. Still have not been to the Ryedale Folk Museum here though.
|Bracken turning golden brown|
|Hutton-le Hole round animal pound|
|An exuberant winter vegetable garden|
Cowichan Sweaters - The Coast Salish Knitters