Storm Desmond and the resulting floods in Carlisle have uncovered a treasure trove of artefacts including bottles and pottery.
As hail and heavy rain battered Carlisle earlier today we took a trip into Carlisle and were amazed at the damage to the Sheepmount Athletics stadium and the sporting facilities in Bitts Park.
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.
With almost a week spent on construction the replica of Carlisle City Castle’s walls is starting to come together ahead of the bonfire celebrations tonight.
With the clocks moving back by one hour over the weekend we are now officially on the countdown to Christmas, Bonfire night and lots of dark evenings for walks.
Walking past the new ice rink in Carlisle and with the barriers now erected it should open on the 7th March.
Featuring a bright red arrow and the text Run England 321 the markers hint at a new trail or path in Carlisle.
Situated on a little used tennis court in Carlisle a new synthetic ice rink in Carlisle could open in March.
Many two leggers say that a red sky on a morning is the harbinger of bad weather later in the day.
The strong winds over the last few days have customised my park.