Christmas and New Year in Yorkshire and Scotland

How the years do come and go. Despite countless horrendous global events, 2016 has been wonderful on a personal level - I'm not glad to see the back of it, but am excited about what 2017 may hold. The promise of a new year is always invigorating. Tim and I saw out the old and welcomed the new this time around in Yorkshire and Scotland, with highlights including traditional frumity (a spiced dish with milky wheat that is a Christmas Eve tradition in our family), watching Hull City get hammered by Manchester City, walking in picturesque Brantingham Dale and across Beverley Westwood, and seeing in the new year at our favourite holiday cottage in Dumfries and Galloway. New Year's Day couldn't have been better: it dawned crystal clear, sunny and frosty, so we pottered along the clifftops to Rockcliffe (my absolute favourite coastal walk), where we sat on a bench munching delicious sticky toffee cake made by the supremely talented Annette's Baking in a Box. Here are some snaps ...
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