3rd September 2018 Common things become remarkable again – just because we see it with new eyes! Our visitors from Austria prove us once again the beauty of North Yorkshire:... ...common things become remarkable again - just... ...just because we see them with new eyes. The Bridestones - one of the landmark in the Nature Reserve of Dalby Forest. Who does know that this sedimentary rock was deposited some 150 million years ago? You can crawl into it... ...you can climb on it - and YES, we want you to see the picture like that -... ...it always depends on the perspective! Castle Howard, one of the great palaces of Europe. Open for dogs,... ...open for people,... ...open for ducks and much more! There are also many visitors on the little stations of the NYMR (North Yorkshire Moors Railway)... ...as for example here at Goathland. There are so many things to discover:... ...the conductor... ...or some bored dogs! Not boring at all is a training in sugar beets... ...and waiting is much more exciting. Can a dog fly? It's great fun but because it is quite hot it is difficult to hold a dummy and breath! We can find some relief at the "wild" coasts of North Yorkshire. There will be refreshments,... ...and you can enjoy and relax! You can have a race in threes... ...a long jump with two... ...including shaking afterwards... ...or explore the beach on your own! An alternative is the visit of a game fair. If possible enjoy the demonstration of the birds of prey... ...they are just great! It is impressing how big an owl can be... ...but it fits to the family, isn't it? Dear Bianca, many thanks that you showed us "our" area with your eyes! All the best for your long trip home ... and see you soon again.