I am writing today’s post as Charlie is feeling way too sorry for himself after going to the vet for his booster vaccinations.
If ‘All the world’s a stage’ then Edinburgh must be front and centre as the Fringe takes place in and around the capital city of Scotland.
A changeable pattern of weather over the last few days led to quite a bit of localised flooding in north Cumbria on Saturday and disruption to our expedition schedule.
Today we were going to go for a short walk through the woods at the edge of Kingstown, north of Carlisle.
Today was one of those moments when, we spotted this sign proclaiming that Carlisle, A City given that it has a cathedral, has or is, a learning village.
The people from More Than, asked Charlie and myself if we would give their healthy pet recipes a taste test. How could we resist?
We start 2012 with our 201st blog post and a sighting of our first snowdrops of the season.
Our onboard clocks became very confused yesterday (Saturday), like much of nature it turns out, as the temperatures soared to about 16 deg C and the sun blazed through the autumn leaves.
With the schools reopening this week Buster and I had a simple wager, as to when the first christmas catalogue would come through the door.
Greystoke near Penrith was our destination today as we left the city behind and headed for the green fields of the countryside.