With the change in the hour and the arrival of British Summer Time, it is great to see a dry and sunny day after the recent snow.
We head to the north of the city for a walk to Aero Nurseries via the Kingmoor Nature reserve.
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.
What started off as a simple walk in the sunshine on the Silloth prom turned out to be quite exciting, as we came upon a big emergency services exercise.
Checking the latest weather here in the north of England it would appear that it is almost 26C (79F). So mum has decided we need our fur clipped.
Linstock is around 2.25miles from Carlisle and is a small village on the Hadrian’s Wall path.
Recent heavy rain has started once again to do damage in North Cumbria. As yet, it is nowhere near the dangerous conditions seen in some of our towns and villages almost a year ago. However, like the economy for the two leggers, the foundations are starting to be eroded. With the sun shining we arrived […]
This week we have travelled a further 10 miles west and arrived at the sea. Powfoot is one of those villages where you would not visit unless you had a reason.
With the birds singing and the sun starting to set on another week we headed over to Wetheral for some sniffs and a good walk.
Earlier today we headed west to Allonby on the coast of Cumbria just south of Silloth. Our approach to the area was met with a bit of rain, however once the car was parked the sun came out. Stretched out before us was plenty of grass to run on so we took full advantage to […]