Full of fun and mischief, Buster will be sadly missed.
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.
Perched high on a hill, on the other side of Brampton, to the CaponTree monument ,is a rather ornate sculpture to the 7th Earl of Carlisle, George William Fredrick Howard.
Linstock is around 2.25miles from Carlisle and is a small village on the Hadrian’s Wall path.
With the sun unusually shining on a bank holiday, we thought we should do what every boy should do, and go to the seaside. Although not famed for miles of golden beaches the nearest place to visit is the Solway. Dad decided that we should continue the walk we started a few weeks ago when […]
This week we have travelled a further 10 miles west and arrived at the sea. Powfoot is one of those villages where you would not visit unless you had a reason.
Yipee it has been fine and reasonably dry for the last few days and we have been to the park by the River Eden. We had guests visiting the last few days so Charlie and I have been at home looking after things whilst they have been out and about with mum and dad. So […]
Approaching the Merrygill viaduct just outside of Kirkby Stephen is where we start this part of the adventure. Passing through the swing gate and onto the viaduct. It was very wide with high sides so we could not see over the edge but mum said the view was fantastic. The path was made of […]
Finally we have a dry day and we can get out to play. Mum and dad have been very busy over the last few weeks getting some of the other websites clean and tidy. You can take a look at them using the links from the side navigation of this page. Our walk started at […]