Much of northern Britain has been battered by strong winds and heavy rain today.
Snow and more rain is forecast for the weekend, so what is required to lift spirits is chocolate cake.
Over the last few months we have been spotting on our walks a number of painted tiles built into the new Carlisle flood defences.
Charlie is in sick bay again, this time with a broken foot. Tuesday morning arrived and Charlie was only using three of his legs. At first, mum and dad thought he had stood on something and had hurt his paw but he squealed when mum touched his leg…..so off to the vet. The vet has […]
Overnight our world has turned white as the snow has returned to Carlisle. During the night, Charlie had ventured outside for a quick check around only to return covered in snow and eager to wake mum and dad. Shall we say, it was a bit early when we started to get ready for our walk. […]
It would seem that this pension trust service now offer more than just financial support.
Despite our best efforts last night mum and dad insisted on staying up way past their bedtimes and saw in something they call the new year. In what has become an annual ritual dad gets his coat and shoes on and leaves the house just before midnight, clutching a small bag of salt, a cork […]
Frosty ground and brilliant sunshine – just perfect for an early morning walk and that is exactly how we started the day. Mum and dad promised that we would get out today ahead of the forcasted snow, which as yet has not arrived. Buster has taken to wearing his fleecy jacket at this time of […]
Sunshine and a bit of frost greeted us this morning so Charlie ensured mum and dad were up early because we wanted a good walk, no excuses. Floods, gales and horrid weather has kept us close to home for too long and today it was time for Silloth. Over the last week we have seen […]