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With these events held just before Christmas its nice to have a look round the local shops. Selling books, paintings, toys, crafts, and all manner of things.
This photograph I took in a lovely little shop, with big oak beams. The shop is a combination of lots of little rooms, upstairs and downstairs, and the beams creak when someone is walking above you. Its full of little nooks and crannies.
I cant remember the name of the shop but its overlooking the lovely cobbled square.
I think the woman in the photo was looking at the handbags, either that or she was trying to hide! :-)
Updated Jan 3, 2003
Grassingtons' streets are attractively cobbled (pic 1 and 2). However, this part of the country isn't a stranger to rain - as we witnessed during our weekend camping at nearby Appletreewick.
Combined with oil/petrol from vehicles, the cobbles can become quite slippery in parts.
I spotted an abandoned weather battled umbrella (pic 3).
Even Billy Oceans tour bus (pic 4) was surrounded by puddles, and a wooden duck board had been placed near the bus door
Written Jul 17, 2012