There’s been an outbreak of bears in Yorkshire.
We were coming back from a day out on the coast last year when we first spotted them. It was twilight at the time and too dark for photos. This year we were better prepared and managed to take some photographs. There is another group about 200 yards away, but that would involve parking by the side of a fast bit of road, obstructing traffic and putting my life at risk for a picture of a teddy bear made from straw bales.
They are advertising Straxtonbury. Follow the link for more information and a video including pictures of last year’s bears.
They are at Staxton, in case you want a look. Or pretty close to Staxton, I’m a bit hazy on the geography.
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Time obviously hangs heavy on the hands in Yorkshire.
Wait till you see what they do to bicycles!
Now, I’d never heard of Saxtonbury, but then Yorkshire is a big place.
It is. 🙂
To be honest, I don’t even know what’s down the road from me!
That just means there’s more chance of the thrill of discovery. 🙂
Oh yes 😃
Those bears are great! They are also the sort of thing I would expect to see in Oregon or California. 🙂 Here are some photos from the Black Bear Diner.
Those look like some mighty fine bears, and some great diners.
They have done a good job.