Northumberland Traveller

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26 thoughts on “Northumberland Traveller”

  1. Hiked and camped along Hadrian’s Wall on a school trip when I was about 12. Remember it well (particularly the blisters and midges) including Thirlwall Castle. Hope you are all settling in well.

  2. Not Northumberland but well worth visiting is Bishop Aukland, about 40 mins drive from you, to see Francisco de Zubaran’s “Jacob and his twelve sons” in Auckland Castle. Amazing and gratifying to see such paintings in northern England.

  3. I’ve been wondering where you were. Sometimes I see one of your stories re-produced by the FMT news site but upon reading, it is an old story. Good to know you are back in UK. Stay safe.

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