Damage left in the wake of Storm Desmond and the flooding that occurred in Carlisle is slowly being revealed. However, the cost of repair may never be quantifiable.
With mist blanketing the City of Carlisle all weekend I ventured out to get some exercise and some boys time with my human dad.
Out and about in Carlisle this morning and it was great to see the Snowdrops marking the arrival of slightly warmer weather and Spring.
With blue sky overhead we decided that we would venture out and search for a path which we have previously spotted from the new Carlisle bypass, but so far has eluded closer inspection.
We managed to get out of the house over the weekend and we are pleased to report that Spring has officially arrived.
A trip to Cummersdale, near Carlisle reveals a bridge being repaired and some snowdrops growing on the riverbank.
We start 2012 with our 201st blog post and a sighting of our first snowdrops of the season.
Dodging the rain today we escaped the house for a quick walk around Victoria park in Carlisle. One good thing is that so far we have not seen anything of the snow that was promised by the weather people. Parts of our park had an unusual smell today, emitted by some plants which mum said […]
In the words of the Rogers / Hammerstein song ‘ Oh what a beautiful morning’ and what a great day it has turned out to be as we left the city behind and headed in a south-westerly direction for the hills. Mum had a grand plan for today with a mission to find a carpet […]
On our walk today we have spotted the first signs of spring. A number of snowdrops have started to appear standing proud above the muddy grass in our park. These small flowers, in groups of 5 or 10 flowers stand only 15cm or so above the very dirty grass and are a sure sign spring […]