Trying out a harpsichord in the Early Music Store, Salt’s Mill




(Above) Salt’s mill was once the largest factory in the world. It made wool cloth from alpaca. My great great great grandfather died from the effects of inhaling alpaca fibre.


Sunset over the canal outside our cottage


(Above) In the evening we had a great at The Friendly, a pub in Stanbury above Haworth where the Bronte sisters like to hike. Here’s Sarah in the beer garden.


The mill now holds a large collection of David Hockney art. I had to put on gloves to look at this gigantic book of his paintings.