Here are a few pictures of Yorkshire gritstone and cuisine
Matt warming up on Flying Arete at Almscliff
Gypsy is a little terrifying when the holds toward the top are damp. Fortunately it rains enough to keep the ground soft and pitching from the top should just leave you knee deep in mud
Matt Birch. The man, the myth, the legend
Ben's Groove was just one of the amazing problems at Caley. I definitely want to go back to this area.
Since I was in Yorkshire (pronounced "york-sure" for you yankees) it seemed like the ideal time to try Yorkshire Pudding. I can say Matt's climbing ability is rivaled by his culinary skill. Yum yum.
Deliciousness. Yorkshire pudding, chicken wrapped in bacon, and potatoes all topped with gravy. I'll be back for second helping is this and the boulders in the near future.