These are the last of my UK pictures. Enjoy.
A York native
A brief clear moment on the beach at Scarborough
A stream in Pickering
A garden in Pickering
Ducks in the fishing pond in Pickering, each one having paid 8 Pounds for the privilege
A swivel bridge in Whitby. The entire road segment swivels around to let a ship through and then swivels back.
The docks at Whitby
Above the docks of Whitby
It's Alive games in production
Jackson Pope with his two games, Border Reivers and It's Alive
Two further notes:
- Note the muddy brown water. When the water runs over a falls, it looks like beer. I mentioned this to someone in Scotland, and she replied that if it was beer, no one in Scotland would ever get any work done.
- Guides at various castles and other ruins would try to impress me by how old the sites were. "Thayre boot nahn hunerd yeers owld, I figgers," they would say. To which I would reply, "Pshaw. I live in Jerusalem. Don't bother me unless you have something more than 3000 years old."
Gee, I remember when they tried to tell us that 200 years old was ancient at sites in the U.S.