Escaping from the house leaving Rufus to face the clippers and training my human dad and I went in search of autumn colours along the banks of the River Eden in Carlisle.
Falling from the trees like the first snowflakes from the skies, the leaves are taking on their rich autumn colours as winter approaches.
Our onboard clocks became very confused yesterday (Saturday), like much of nature it turns out, as the temperatures soared to about 16 deg C and the sun blazed through the autumn leaves.
Finally, after almost a year of waiting, we have visited Giggle Alley in the south west of Cumbria. Giggle Alley is a woodland area at one end of Eskdale Green, near Gosforth. It is managed by the Forestry Commission. Dad found out about this place towards the end of last year. He has had it […]
After many nights of being scared by the bangs and pops of fireworks we ventured outside this afternoon for a walk to stretch our legs a bit. With big grey clouds on the horizon, we took a short car journey towards the town and our usual walking venue of Bitts Park. Last night the annual […]
Saturday turned out to be a better day than anyone could have predicted with warm sunshine, a great walk and loads of paddling. The brief was to go in search of autumn colours and all the guides hinted that Ennerdale was the place to visit. Mum had written about a number of places around the […]
Dodging the rain showers we managed to get to the park. We like Bitts Park because it has wide paths, which help us stay dry and clean, and also it is reasonably quiet so we can get a bit of a run about. Following the recent cold spells the leaves on the trees have […]