Not much time today but I thought you might like to see one or two images of Wensleydale in the snow. We had to go up through the Pennines to Hawes this morning. We have had no snow all weekend but what we had last week is still there. However, the roads are just about clear and have been gritted and salted, so we set off in good heart.
The forecasters tell us that this week's snow is coming down from the Arctic and entering in by the North West and as we are in the East we have missed most of it. But as we neared Hawes, which is West of here and high in the Pennine Hills we began to see a deterioration. By the time we got to Hawes - a small market town - the roads were much harder to negotiate and by the time we got to the farm gate we decided that the incline was too much to bear and we went no further.
So enjoy the photographs, all taken from a moving car as the farmer was not inclined to stop for the photographer.