Work has started to repair flood damage caused to the West Coast Main line near Carlisle.
Full of fun and mischief, Buster will be sadly missed.
The excellent weather continues and to celebrate a new season of adventuring Charlie has a new Flexi lead.
Looking back through the photographs taken during 2012 we noticed that we did not report on our trip to the villages of Great Orton and Thursby.
Summer sunshine has finally arrived and as the temperatures started to rise we headed towards water and a walk around Castle Carrock reservoir
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.
Towards the end of April we received through the post a large yellow box from the Pedigree Joint Care+ marketing team.
Raincoats and boots packed we take a walk alongside the River Caldew to see recent flood damage and come across some orange slime.
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.
Hawick in Scotland was to be our destination on Saturday as we headed north up the A7 through Longtown and in to the wide open spaces of the debatable lands.