THIS WEEK:

Wednesday 29th

Mitchell's Auctioneers, Cockermouth

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in the main street, drainage and flooding work is still being carried out

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the River Derwent with Jennings Brewery on the right of the picture

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hyacinths at The Lakes Home Centre

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wet in Cockermouth.

Tuesday 28th

Skelwith Force, a gentle walk through Birk Rigg Park

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hazy this morning, Birk Rigg Park

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down river, the foot bridge

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by Rob Rash, Elterwater Tarn

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no sign of The Pikes whatsoever

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Monday 27th

On the way to Loughrigg Tarn

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daffodils at the garden centre, Grasmere

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Sunday 26th

Another glorious day, time for a swim, for one of us

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Bank Ground

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all that rain is just a memory, but the puddles are still here

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down the road from the Drunken Duck

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buzzing, Beetham Nurseries

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a 1,000 piece jigsaw 'Robin Hood's Bay' by Gibson in the shop

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in contrast to busy Beetham, the quiet and calm of Halecat Nursery, Witherslack

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Saturday 25th

A very early start this morning, pre dawn sky over High Close

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just after 6 the first sunshine on Bow Fell

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Elterwater Tarns, misty

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a 'flight' of swans passing over Chapel Stile

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Great Langdale from Sheep Crag

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a small partly-frozen tarn at the top of Megs Gill reflecting Helvellyn

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on Silver How, the views of Grasmere and Rydal

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Helm Crag

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Rydal Water

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down by way of the sheep-trod by Raven Crag.

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