Wednesday July 30th. 2014 6.40 pm. The Weather: 18°C. Cloudy with some bits and pieces of rain, brighter later.
Stanah, the entrance to St John's in the Vale
no sign of Helvellyn from the Thirlspot layby
on Dunmail Raise, the AA Box
the Red Lion Hotel and Lamb Inn
Sarah Nelson's Gingerbread Shop, busy as usual.
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>>It was nice to learn from your correspondent, Harold, that Elterwater Quarry is still fully operational, and making such good use of spoil tips. Of that series of photos, I was taken with the one of a pile of rusty chain, both from an artistic and technical point of view. The chain has unusual links and looks as though it might have formed a giant net; and your caption ‘chains from a Michigan’ has defeated me! Please advise. Regards, Julian Smith, London
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