The humans say a “Picture can say a thousand things”, and so I think can a typeface, or font.
After all the bangs and pops from fireworks last night I thought I should go for a leisurely walk around Dalston this morning for some fresh air and sniffs.
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
In a scene which can only be described as pythonesque whilst out on my walk this morning, I came across a bird with what appeared to be hard at work burrowing into a wooden electricity pole.
Dad has only been off a week and I feel as if we have walked around the globe.
Earlier this month Dalston, near Carlisle, held their scarecrow festival. We went along to see some of the sights…
Earlier today we headed off to Dalston near Carlisle to see how many scarecrows we could spot around the village.
With commanding views of the River Caldew and beyond a new flood information sculpture has been installed in Carlisle. It features six curved metal fingers fanning out from a central round metal post.
We start 2012 with our 201st blog post and a sighting of our first snowdrops of the season.
Stretching our legs took some organising this week due to the wet weather and other commitments. Dad had been away towards the end of the week so had loads to catch up with. However, we did manage to get to revisit our walk along the River from Dalston to Denton Holme. Cummersdale Print Works Our […]