Autumn has certainly arrived in Cumbria with the cold morning air and the golden coloured trees.
Silloth on the Cumbrian coast was our long walk destination this week ahead of the visit of the Tour of Britain bike race later this week.
Earlier today a couple of otters were spotted playing in a river close to Carlisle City Centre.
Thanks to the low morning sunshine I made a new discovery on a walk yesterday whilst on my way west to Dalston, BS 113A – O -BSC Workington – 1977 -BR
Something of a quiet revolution is taking place on the streets of Cumbria as revolutionary LED street lamps are being installed.
Inscribed with the capital letters W.D.B.S. No1 and featuring an upward facing arrow the origin of this stone, or concrete marker, is initially unclear.
During many walks along riverbanks and streams in Cumbria I seem to come across at least one Heron.
Is this a photograph of wild deer in Carlisle?
With the promise of a bath upon my return home dad and I headed along to the River Eden this morning and found Bert the Stormtrooper.
Although a little cloudy, obscuring the view a little, it would appear that work is well underway to dismantle the old Caldbeck television mast.