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.
Work has started to repair flood damage caused to the West Coast Main line near Carlisle.
Raincoats and boots packed we take a walk alongside the River Caldew to see recent flood damage and come across some orange slime.
Today was one of those moments when, we spotted this sign proclaiming that Carlisle, A City given that it has a cathedral, has or is, a learning village.
A trip to Cummersdale, near Carlisle reveals a bridge being repaired and some snowdrops growing on the riverbank.
We head to Lanercost for a paddle, some sniffs and to visit the make-believe set from a horror movie at the rear of Lanercost Priory.
With the birds singing and the sun starting to set on another week we headed over to Wetheral for some sniffs and a good walk.
Our walk started normally enough on the banks of the River Eden in Rickerby Park but then dad found a new path and our adventures began.
Carlisle railway station has been turned in to a filmset this week as the DIY chain, Homebase produce a tv advert.
In the words of the Rogers / Hammerstein song ‘ Oh what a beautiful morning’ and what a great day it has turned out to be as we left the city behind and headed in a south-westerly direction for the hills. Mum had a grand plan for today with a mission to find a carpet […]