I have so much material from the last few days, I’m struggling to get it all down. However, as promised, I am having a rest from scones.
I need more time for the Harlow Carr post that I’m going to move to the next day. The first stop on the way to the Yorkshire coast was Wetherby Services.
On looking it up for the link I was amazed to find that it’s now ten years old and scores highly for customer satisfaction. I’ve always found that it scores highly for being crowded and uncomfortable. I don’t know why, I just don’t feel relaxed there. The crowds, I suspect, are evidence that other people like it. On Wednesday a lot of the crowds were university sports teams.
We had coffee there, and the barrista put a heart in Julia’s coffee. I got a blob.
Then we bought a vegan sausage roll on the way out and photographed it. Last time I had one I didn’t get a photo. It was equally as good as the last one and, like the last one, I ate it in the car. I am very predictable.
We would have had one each but they only had one left. Yes, massive service station – just one vegan sausage roll. Strange.