Although a little cloudy, obscuring the view a little, it would appear that work is well underway to dismantle the old Caldbeck television mast.
Attention four legged colleagues because details have been announced for National Parks Week and it sounds like a great excuse to get out for a walk, a paddle or to get mucky.
Being regular visitors to the Lake District, and the surrounding areas, we were interested in finding out more about a competition we had heard of to recreate a Lake District photograph.
Snow and more rain is forecast for the weekend, so what is required to lift spirits is chocolate cake.
Canine athletes will be limbering up to take part in one of the country’s newest sports as it visits Grizedale for the first time later this month.
Windermere was to be our first destination and the Brockhole visitors Centre with Castlerigg Stone Circle near Keswick being visited on our way back home.
Last weekend dad went away to work in London, so this week was payback time and he had a real treat in-store. Heading west on the A596 for around 25miles we arrive at the coastal town of Maryport. Parking in front of the Lake District Coast Aquarium, known locally as the Maryport Aquarium, mum paid […]
Just spotted this website where you can learn all about working sheepdogs. A fantastic instructional Border Collie sheepdog handling experience in Cumbria This would make an ideal Christmas present for that ‘not sure what to get ‘ person. http://www.lakedistrictsheepdogexperience.co.uk Details are Troutal Farm Seathwaite Duddon Valley Cumbria LA20 6EF United Kingdom 01229 716235 More details […]
Dad has been very busy over the last 10 days and we have been unable to get our usual walks however, today we went in search of bluebells near to Buttermere. Mum wanted a few pictures of bluebells for an article she is writing over on oldvarieties and after a quick search on the web […]