Creativity takes time but it also needs space and these are two things in short supply around here since the arrival of Rufus.
Work has started to repair flood damage caused to the West Coast Main line near Carlisle.
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.
Please can we have some sunshine and we visit Silloth and find an unusual Edwardian gem.
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.
Help is at hand to ensure we get our walks – even when the weather is bad – thanks to an iPhone and Android App by Boondoggle
Today was one of those occasions where we ended up going to Brampton about 10 miles from the city, in search of the Capontree monument.
Our destination is the Finlandrigg nature reserve just outside of Carlisle. The venue was chosen as it has been a while since we have been, we know that it should be reasonably clean and it should be full of sniffs.
A bottle of bright orange gloop arrived in the bathroom this week. Written on the clear plastic bottle in big letters was the phrase ‘Dirty Beastie’. This sort of hinted it maybe for us.
Over the last few months we have been spotting on our walks a number of painted tiles built into the new Carlisle flood defences.