Yorkshire Quotes

Quotes tagged as "yorkshire" (showing 1-7 of 7)
Hazel Gaynor
“Yorkshire's autumn was as great a gift as Yorkshire's summer. I loved watching the rusting of the leaves while the dales mellowed to shades of ochre, and rose hips and blackberries grew deliciously fat on their branches. The morning mists were mystical and magical to me, and the rose-glow of the evening sun lent the sky a hypnotic light that matched any Cape Town sunset.”
Hazel Gaynor, The Cottingley Secret

Jacqueline  Creek
“Don't read their rubbish... Read mine ☺️”
Jacqueline Creek, The Girl with the Emerald Brooch: Growing up: 1954 - 1965

Teresa Flavin
“A black pendant in the shape of a heart lay in her hand. It was carved with roses and strung onto a velvet cord.”
Teresa Flavin, Jet Black Heart

Teresa Flavin
“There's a bit of a local legend about a jet heart that has turned up over the years," Flynn said. "Any time it turns up, strange things happen.”
Teresa Flavin, Jet Black Heart

Gervase Phinn
“Tha know where thy are we' ferrets. Ya never know
where ya are we' lasses”
Gervase Phinn, Trouble at the Little Village School

Hazel Gaynor
“Yorkshire had none of the color I'd known in Cape Town- the vivid pinks and purples of the freesias and arum lilies in the flower sellers' baskets. Yorkshire had none of the fragrant floral perfume, or the tang of salt in the air from the ocean.”
Hazel Gaynor, The Cottingley Secret

Teresa Flavin
“The boy with the haunted eyes was Dory's secret. Eli. And she knew that she had to see him again.”
Teresa Flavin, Jet Black Heart