Four days of fun with all our friends at our country retreat allowed mum and dad to travel to Ireland last week for a few days holiday and relaxation.
Over the last year a number of buildings have been demolished in Carlisle to make way for new development and to try and improve the City.
Four days since Rufus arrived and the house and routines have been turned upside down to accommodate his needs and puppy schedule.
The humans say a “Picture can say a thousand things”, and so I think can a typeface, or font.
Men wearing bright orange boiler suits and a path diversion made for some excitement on my walk along the River Eden this morning.
With around 900 exhibitors the annual Heathersgill Vintage Rally was held recently at Carlisle Airport.
A few weeks ago mum and dad visited the North East coastal area around Seahouses and Lindisfarne and have come back with some spectacular pictures.
During a recent visit to Manchester dad returned with a most unusual image featuring a blue letter ‘H’ and two numbers.
With the return of the cold, wet weather I have been assisting Dad in sorting out his photograph collection. This gallery features images from Liverpool.
Fully recovered from my recent bout of the nasties I thought I should take dad out on a long walk to work off some of the Christmas pudding.