Friday May 22nd. 2015 7.50 pm. The Weather: 14°C. Cloudy at first, brighter later.
Deer Bolts Wood, at the top of the Red Bank road
Grasmere, damp and cloudy at 9.30 am.
clearing skies over Morecambe Bay, the view from the Barrow Golf Club at 5.45 pm.
clouds on Black Combe
busy at the Kimberly-Clark factory
some sunshine in front of the Bluebird Cafe, Coniston
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>>Hi Tony, Returned from the Lakes last week – just before the bluebells arrived in all their glory, but did manage several dry excursions, including a trip to Easedale tarn – a real slog – plus a late afternoon circuit round Loughrigg Terrace and Grasmere’s ‘beach’ when the light was gorgeous. Hope you like my pics – I couldn’t face not sending all ‘four of the best’ for your perusal. Keep up the good work and my wife says she just loves your bluebells! Cheers Dave C
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That in the ocean seeks another drop,
Who, falling there to find his fellow forth,
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William Shakespeare 1564-1616
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