Black sheep bitter

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  1. Peter & Elaine

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    Woke up this morning suns up thought what to do vans out loaded of to masham to black sheep land
    The plan is
    Where are stoping don't know
    What are we going to do pint bitter after that don't know
    Other ideas slow in coming
    Ideas on a post card please
     
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    Get yourself up to Tan Hill and see if they will let you park there for the night. Proper old fashioned pub. Nowt like it looks in a certain double glazing advert :Wink:
     
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    Try Bainbridge Ings at Hawes. It's a camp site/sheep farm with lovely views and fragrant air. Janet will give you a warm welcome.
     
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    Whatever you do dont come down here to get your Black Sheep, I bought a pint of Black Sheep and a pint of Stella on Thurday night £9.75 :Eeek:, whats that about?
    Have a good weekend:thumb:
     
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    and you can go on a guided tour round the brewery and gets lots of samples to drink at the end ...
     
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    Ah... but how much does the guided tour cost?
     
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    The old station yard in Masham itself is a great site and only a 5 minute walk into the centre of town. I see that it opened on March 1.
     
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    We missed old station I just looked on net would gave enjoyed it
    We made a right cock up in masham could not get parked up nowhere it was chockablock so after a hour running round we ended up going up into hawes and had great weekend stayed at green dragon at 16 quid I though it was expensive and no electric but a nice place and only one open most others we tried are not open till April but as always plans change so make the most of it
    A good first week end away
    Masham is back on but going to tug trike with us next time
     
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    You should have stayed on the cattle ground in Hawes.
    Theres a honesty box by the back of the loos and tyre wash dipper thing.
    Elsan , water, hard standing. What more do you want ?
    Plus , pubs that let your dogs in , and sell real ale in Hawes :thumb:
    We are often only the only ones on there , though we do go with various rallies. (You have to be a member of the ccc or mccc though.)
     
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