About a fortnight ago, S and I hired a car and embarked on a most excellent adventure. Our first stop worth mentioning was Haworth, a hilltop village in the heart of West Yorkshire's Brontë Country.
Aside from the Brontë Museum, also worth seeing are shops in the village centre. Some of which sold rather peculiar wares including a boxed "cure for grumpiness, grouchiness, irritability and short temper" and one for "uncontrolled spending". I could do with both of these from time to time.
After scones and hot chocolates in one of the many tea rooms in the village, we walked down the cobbled hill with views to the Pennine moors.
and explored secret passages
It was a good start to a truly special weekend.