THIS WEEK:

Wednesday 23rd

Cloudy at the head of Troutbeck, sunshine on Low Borrans

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Town End

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under lunch

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a look at the wonderful Holehird Gardens

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the Lake District Cheshire Home

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amongst the magnolia and rhododendron at the top of the garden, it is Wednesday and all the Horticultural Society Members are busy digging

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the formal walled garden

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Tuesday 22nd

Cloudy in Coniston today, by the bowling green, looking up at The Old Man

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a tour of cherry trees around the village, this one at Little Moss

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by the Black Bull

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Gateside House, the road to Torver

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The Banks

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after a busy weekend, the traffic has disappeared

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John Ruskin School, quiet until tomorrow.

Bank Holiday Monday

Beech bursting at High Cross

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the signpost at Wharton Tarn

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Tarn Hows, at the Scott Memorial

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magic in Sawrey Ground Intake

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cherry blossom

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the way back to High Cross

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part of a print by James Bartholomew in Low Sizergh Barn: 'Swaledales'

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Low Sizergh Barn dairy cows enjoying the fresh pasture

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for those missing the XP desktop:

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Tulips in Happy Mount Park, Morecambe

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ice cream time

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a great day for a walk along Morecambe Prom.

Easter Sunday

Atmospheric sky over Coniston at 9 am.

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sunshine in Baysbrown Wood

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a Mountain Ash growing on the slates of Banks Quarry

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over the working Elterwater Quarry, to High Close and Red Screes, slightly more hazy today

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plenty of campers at Baysbrown

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Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark peep round a flank of Lingmoor and Oak Howe Needle

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the path turns left here below Lingmoor Quarry

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Chapel Stile and the church

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at the bottom of the 'hundred steps' of Lingmoor Quarry

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looking up at the old hut, the steps have lost their regular form over the years

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1 pm. busy at the Britannia Inn.

Easter Saturday 19th

Clear blue skies in Ambleside, St Mary's, 9 am.

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on the path to Jenkins Crag, through Skelghyll Wood

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the gap of Wrynose Pass

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how the other half holiday, Huyton Hill

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rhododendrons in Stagshaw Garden

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Daffodils

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Pink Campion in the Grasmere Garden Centre

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