THIS WEEK:

Thursday 18th

This morning, at Penny Rock, Grasmere

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Helm Crag

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on the back road around Thirlmere, a shower

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quiet, so far

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1.40 pm. Skies look full of snow, on Dunmail Raise

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High Close

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sun on The Pikes for a brief moment

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Wetherlam, cold, past some sun on Dale End

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Wednesday 17th

Wintry fields above Esthwaite Hall, south of Hawkshead

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a swim at the Ridding Wood car park

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Esthwaite, brrrrrr ....

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snow-covered Loughrigg and beyond

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Mallard looking for food

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the weir Newby Bridge

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Swan Hotel & Spa

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Low Newton, some of the wonders amongst the antiques and bric a brac in Yew Tree Barn

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Tuesday 16th

A freezing wind and snow showers at Tarn Hows

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Wetherlam

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Steel Fell Helm Crag, and Helvellyn in the gloom

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by the Scott Memorial

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2.10 pm. A snow shower in the village

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half an hour later, some brief sunshine on the Yewdale fells.

Monday 15th

Showers across Grasmere, from The Wyke

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a rainbow over Tanner Croft

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bright over Loughrigg and Red Bank

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wet daffodil at the garden centre

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inside the warmer greenhouse, a robin sings quietly to us

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smart; St Oswald's

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a red squirrel digging up buried goodies in the church yard

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Sunday 14th

Nearly midday, cloudy with a very cold wind, at the Ribblehead Viaduct

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cloud on Ingleborough, some blue sky above that

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St Margaret's Parish Church, Hawes

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right on the Pennine Way

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Yorkshire Vodka, to help you on your Way

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at the Wensleydale Creamery, we're booked in for Sunday lunch ...

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Calvert's gorgeous carvery; roast beef (or pork if you wish), Yorkshire pudding and all the trimmings

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in Wallace & Gromit country

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another view from the Creamery of St Margaret's.

Saturday 13th

Scaled-down slate 'Bridge House' at Hayes, Ambleside, with sheep

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Waterhead, quiet

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Union Jack flying at the Wateredge Inn

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Wetherlam just visible in the grey

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another flag at the Waterhead Hotel

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Lake Road, Low and High Pikes above the village.

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