Work has started to repair flood damage caused to the West Coast Main line near Carlisle.
Earlier today Dad and I escaped the house and ventured out on a boys walk, leaving mum and Buster at home.
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.
Closed in October 2010 the ‘White Bridge’ in Dalston, near Carlisle, has reopened following work to restore the damaged central pier.
We see close up a harris hawk and refill our vegetable and sausage supplies from local traders in Dalston.
Yesterday our update ended after our walk in Finglandrigg Wood however, we managed to get a second walk done as we visited the King Edward 1 Monument at Burgh by Sands. Burgh, pronounced brough as in woof, is on the Solway plain between Scotland and England and is the site possibly for the remotest monument for […]
With the coast to our left we left Glasson Dock near Lancaster behind and started along the coastal path towards the City of Lancaster. Mum and Dad visited here a few weeks ago whilst researching an article for our other site Heritage and History and they thought it would be worth revisiting with us. We parked […]