The Yorkshire Wolds are high enough, with brisk winds and big views, but they are empty of visitors; I guess on account of their better known, more spectacular neighbours.
Just the place though for a last, non too strenuous full day out on the road.
Full that is, so long as you don't count hiding from the rain in a charmingly overstuffed; and one assumes; unintentionally comedic; local museum for half the morning.
The road does indeed go ever onwards; and always tempts a peek over the next hill.
Then of course there are always 'the roads we didn't take' to wonder about too.
No four-poster tonight; but cosy enough in the elegantly erected; I like to think; shelter for one....
It was dark by the time I got it up; so you'll just have to take my word for it...
Heading back South tomorrow; but so much more here to explore another time.
I'll no doubt keep getting dragged back by the 'Magnetic North'.