Five images today. I snapped the picture of the brown cow yesterday morning when I went for a constitutional walk in the nearby Porter Brook Valley. I swear that that particular brown cow keeps following me around. On the same walk, I stopped near the alpaca farm on Fulwood Road to enjoy the view towards central Sheffield:-
When we left Northallerton, we made two or three stops before we reached our hotel in Darlington. Below is a picture of St Eloy's Church in Great Smeaton. The Jarrow Crusade marchers paused for lunch in this village on October 7th 1936. I only know this because I am currently reading a book about that famous poverty march - from Jarrow in the north east of England - all the way to London.
Finally to beer... My favourite bottled beer is, naturally, a Yorkshire brew. It is called "Black Sheep Ale". Its familiar label has recently had a major makeover. The old label is on the right and the new one is on the left. Surprisingly, this significant image change was not reported on any major news channels - including the BBC and CNN! Fortunately, the beer inside the bottle has not changed.