As the two year anniversary approaches repairs to a flood damaged wall in Carlisle are almost complete.
Archives for March 2014
Between you and me mum is is really good to me. However, if I play up at times mum threatens to send me to the circus.
For my latest webwatch feature I thought I would look to my hundreds of Twitter followers for inspiration.
Bus shelters in Carlisle are getting a bit of a technology makeover with the addition of interactive panels alongside the more familiar paper adverts.
Inscribed with the capital letters W.D.B.S. No1 and featuring an upward facing arrow the origin of this stone, or concrete marker, is initially unclear.
Cargo, situated to the north west of the City of Carlisle, is the latest place to be marked on my list of expedition destinations.
Unclassified and forgotten U123 in Carlisle is an amazing street with a story to tell.
Humans do seem to love ruining their environment with rubbish and over recent months the number of cans and bottles littering hedges and open land does seem to be increasing.
Walking past the new ice rink in Carlisle and with the barriers now erected it should open on the 7th March.
With the start of the Meteorological spring I thought I would venture out this morning to see if nature had also realised the arrival of a new season.