THIS WEEK:

Friday 23rd

Milnthorpe, the cricket pitch and Corinthians F. C. stadium

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Friday, market day in Milnthorpe

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Paddington Bear in Beetham Nurseries

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6 pm. windy and turning wet in Great Langdale

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Chapel Stile, wet.

Thursday 22nd

9.15 am. Signs of brightness over Helm Crag, Grasmere

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our Acer at the garden centre

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detail of the new Copper Beech carving

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a walk this afternoon up the zig-zags above Glen Mary Bridge to Tarn Hows

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past the ruined banked barn

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busy at Tarn Hows

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on the one-way 'Cumbria Way' down to Tarn Hows Cottage

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the sky

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on the rake back to Glen Mary.

Wednesday 21st

Victoria Street, Windermere

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Crescent Road and The Lighthouse

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waiting outside Barclays

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Holehird Tarn with Water Lilies

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hazy towards the Coniston fells

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in the Lakeland Horticultural Society's walled garden; Delphiniums

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with a background of The Pikes.

Tuesday 20th

Rydal, near Rydal Woods

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quiet at 9.15 am.

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a mass of folk on the southern top of Loughrigg

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a fly not a drone

seen from Hayes Garden World, Ambleside

one of their lovely Roses

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Monday 19th

9.30 am. Warm already, in the show field, Chapel Stile

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always on the first Sunday of July

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from the footbridge behind Wainwright's Inn

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Great Langdale Beck, walk a few hundred yards to a bend in the river; Tommy Dub

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lovely deep clear waters for a cooling swim

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Clover and all sorts in the fields of Monk Coniston

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Sunday 18th

Another fine start to the day, Tarn Hows

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at the Scott Memorial

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the old Mosedale Bridge, under Bowscale Fell

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the township stone

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valley of the River Caldew

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Mosedale House

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Foxgloves by the bridge

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topiary at Hutton-in-the-Forest

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some evening sunshine on the Crab Apple tree near Wharton Tarn

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near Tarn Hows Cottage.

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