Sunday 15 October 2023

The B Team's Druid's Temple in North Yorkshire ~ Table and Circle Selfie on The Sunday Selfies Blog Hop **PLUS** Smooch's UK Historical Travel Guide

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Pawesome Sunday greetings furiends

Welcome to another BBHQ selfie selection, this week we decided to visit the furrbulous Druid's Temple in North Yorkshire ~ Table and Circle, and it was just ameowzing!

The B Team's Druid's Temple in North Yorkshire ~ Table and Circle Selfie 

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Just look at what an incredible place it is!

Mew know how much we love ancient standing stones and stone circles, see our previous 
day trips to:

Here's a little bit of info from BBHQ's Historical Travel Guide, Smooch:

Hey there fellow historic adventurers!

We were thrilled to travel north this week and share our pawe-inspiring journey to the Druid's Temple in North Yorkshire ~ Table and Circle with mew. This enchanting site is brimming with history and mystery that will leave mew spellbound. The Druid's Temple is said to have been built by the Druids thousands of years ago. The site comprises a mystical circle of stones that were used for ceremonies, rituals, and other spiritual practices. The stones are said to have an otherworldly aura, and visitors flock from all around the globe to experience their healing properties and spiritual energy. Surrounded by natural beauty, the area is home to picturesque streams, lush forests, and rolling hills. The charming town of Masham, famous for its market square and historic buildings, is also nearby and definitely worth exploring. If mew're planning a trip to North Yorkshire, the Druid's Temple is an absolute must-visit. This ancient site will leave mew with memories that will last a lifetime. Whether mew're a history buff, a spiritual seeker, or simply somepawdy who loves to explore new places, the Druid's Temple North Yorkshire Table and Circle will captivate mew with its magic and marvels. Go and immerse yourself in the unique beauty of this incredible site. We loved it!



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We're also joining in Athena's Fabulous Art Hop so do stop by and show off your pawesome arty-farty skills.

We really like the www.befunky effect for this week, the vibrancy is purrfect!

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The effect was created with Befunky - AI Enhancer, Oil painting DLX + colour changes to fill light and saturation.

We also turned this fab arty-farty picture into a puzzle, so do stop by the puzzle page and take the Puzzle Challenge, see if mew can beat our time of 17 mins 36 secs. 

We're not quite sure what's on the schedule today, as yesterday it hailed. Yes, mew heard us correctly, it hailed on and off for a couple of hours and then it rained just for good measure.

If it dries up we may go on a garden safari and check how the catnip is doing under the carport, and we'll try to start scheduling the Pirate Tails Q&A for later this week.

Smooch is ready for his roast lunch and is camped out next to the oven in anticipation, Amber is in front of the woodburner, she's flat out, as we lit that yesterday, and she's been on an intense warming programme ever since! MOL

Melvyn is getting this week's bandanas ready, Parsley checking the supplies room in the bunker with Fudge and Pandora is apparently in the crystal room doing something rather secret.

If mew missed any episodes of our Pirate Tails Rerun, here's the complete series.

Do join us again tomorrow, when we're back with another episode of Cats Have Problems Too, and check out this week's Despurrate Dilemma.

We do hope mew have an epic day, and remember to always...
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  1. Wow! Another epic selfie in a place that we'd like to see in person someday, mew guys! Thank you for taking us along!

  2. That little red box takes you to the coolest places

  3. Wow! That is somewhere I have never heard of let alone been! I personally think it knocks the socks off Stonehenge being in that wonderful setting. So many places left to see in the UK.
    Great selfie and art, guys.

  4. Each one of mews has yer own table top fur a bowl of noms! And they will not move those tables furever! Happy heating by the stove! Precious

  5. Mummy says She neffur knew there were so many stone circles in Britain. WE think the artified version makes it look like some ancient temple in the heart of the Amazon rainforest (mol).

  6. Mummy neffur knew there were so many stone circles in Britain.
    WE think the artified version looks like an ancient ruined temple in the heart of the Amazon rainforest (mol).

  7. What an amazing place, and how amazing you guys look on the stones. WOW! Great artwork too! Double Pawkisses for a Happy Day to all of you🐾😽💞

  8. Imagine for a moment if you were there at the time that place was in use!! Wow!

  9. I've added this location to my 'want to visit the next time I'm in the UK' list, thanks!
    Off to puzzle.

  10. Wow, what a fascinating place! It looks so cool with the B Team kitties there too. Love the art effect!

  11. Nice ussie and I love the art. Keep warm Amber. XO

  12. WOW, that's an amazing group selfie gang! Thanks for joining our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

  13. What a great place to take a selfie. There’s so many interesting places in England.

  14. I couldn't wait, mom either, to get here and see what you are showing us. Mom and I both LOVE these sites! We would so love being there and all the other stoney places you have graciously taken us to! Mom is a history buff. Well over half her ancestors till the last 2 hundred years, are British, the rest, Scottish. (oh, my goodness.) So it's in the blood for her. Me, not sure where my furred ancestors are from. Probably right here in Tennessee.

  15. Catching up after the Cat Writers Conference! What a week-end. Back to track down my Selfie friends! How amazing! We didn't know this was there in North Yorkshire. Fabulous stuff!!!


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