Please can we have some sunshine and we visit Silloth and find an unusual Edwardian gem.
What a busy few weeks we have been having dodging showers, getting muddy and totally irritating the humans as we have moped around the house, when it seemed that the rain would never stop.
With the ground frozen after cold overnight temperatures it was decided that we could return to Rickerby Park in Carlisle and not get too muddy. This was good news as we were keen to investigate the new stone circle.
We head west to a lovely part of Cumbria known as Ennerdale where we had loads of paddles and a fantastic walk up onto the fells.
What started off as a simple walk in the sunshine on the Silloth prom turned out to be quite exciting, as we came upon a big emergency services exercise.
Our expedition to the north of Carlisle takes us to a Green Flag award winning wood where we see giant bugs and help gather some summer fruit.
Greystoke near Penrith was our destination today as we left the city behind and headed for the green fields of the countryside.
Buster and Charlie head for the fells as they visit the location for ‘Withnail and I’ at Wet Sledddale near Shap in Cumbria.
Overlooking the upper reaches of the Solway Firth is the Royal Burgh of Annan with it’s wide main street and imposing buildings.
Dad seems to be going further today in the car than we have done on recent walks but in the air is a familiar scent that seems to be getting stronger as we approach a place called Whitehaven. Looking through the window in the back of the car we see the sea to our right […]