THIS WEEK:

Sunday 27th

White horse, High Yewdale yesterday

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by the boulders, St Annes Great Langdale, a trip this morning to Blea Tarn

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Millbeck Farm and Stickle Ghyll

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Blea Tarn from the Side Pike cattle grid

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by the car park

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later, a short walk under the oak trees of High Yewdale

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Saturday 26th

Past the Baptist Chapel, Hawkshead Hill

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the gate leading through the fields of Thompson Ground, down into Hawkshead

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a gorgeous clear sunny day

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Kirkstone Pass

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Fairfield

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behind Keen Ground Farm

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into Vicarage Lane, this view of St Michael in the trees

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Vicarage Lane

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Main Street from Gallowbarrow

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up Skinner How Lane to Sand Ground

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a gathering of locals

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Virginia Creeper Sand Ground

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Friday 25th

Buck Pike and Dow Crag, and the back-side (if you'll pardon the expression) of The Old Man

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from the top road over Broughton Moor

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the cairn on Caw

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later, a distant rainbow over Wood Farm, Troutbeck

seen from the track above Borwick Lodge

sunshine on Red Screes, Stoney Cove Pike and High Street

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Thursday 24th

6.50 am. Before the skies went grey over Grizedale

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Main Street, Cockermouth

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the hanging baskets are gorgeous

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in a shop window

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Wordsworth House

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Cockermouth Castle across the river Derwent

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Wednesday 23rd

Just after 3 pm. In the Brantwood garden, leading to the jetty

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a new slate engraving in the wall by the jetty

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clouds on the Coniston skyline

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Brantwood from the garden

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7.10 pm. Sunset over Wrynose Pass.

Tuesday 22nd

sunset last night, Skeeby near Richmond

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Fire engines and equipment on display in Richmond this morning

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we're travelling home along the gorgeous Swaledale valley, big bales near Reeth

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ruins of Ellerton Abbey

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the Community Primary School, high on the hill overlooking Reeth

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Gunnerside

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by the Wain Wath Falls

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keep your distance

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a Swaledale face

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we are big fans of the Owen Family at Ravenseat, the books and tv; 'Yorkshire Shepherdess'

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down into Kirkby Stephen, the Parish Church. The weather has changed.

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