Buster and Charlie head for the fells as they visit the location for ‘Withnail and I’ at Wet Sledddale near Shap in Cumbria.
Many walkers and cyclists will know the Drumburgh area as one of the points on the Hadrian’s Wall walk or cycle trails in Cumbria.
Bank holidays spent at home and out of the rain seem to be a thing of the past as we manage to get into the big world once more. Lime kilns and castles were on the agenda yesterday as we went in search for content for one of our other websites called heritageandhistory.com. Our first […]
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 […]
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 dry weather continuing we managed once again to get in to the big world for another adventure this week and our travels took us to a place where we could have so much fun. Finglandrigg Wood was until now unknown to any of us and was another one of those places you would […]
Just off the Dalston Road in the south west corner of Carlisle lies the small village of Cummersdale. Our walk starts on the far side of the village down by the River Caldew at map reference NY393531. We park the car in the free road edge car park and head off towards a factory gate. […]
Traveling along the A6 from Carlisle to Penrith you come across a sign to your right indicating Wreay. So not sure what lies ahead, it maybe the road to nowhere! After about 2 miles we come across a village green with a church to the right and a pub. Parking the car we all get out […]