THIS WEEK:

Saturday 27th

A terrible stormy night, one poor man killed in Ambleside by a falling tree

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a thin layer of snow on the fells

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Walna Scar

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trees cleared during the night, leaving half the road open at Low Yewdale, with care

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from Brown Howe this afternoon, winds have eased slightly

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the road at Brown Howe, just passable

Friday 26th

Low sunshine on Blake Rigg and Lingmoor

9 am.

Met Office red warning for winds in the the Edinburgh area tonight, from storm Arwen

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from Shepherd's Bridge, a walk to say hello to the friendly Herdwick hoggets of High Yewdale

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Raven Crag

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the weather is building up to something

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Thursday 25th

Little wooden hut below Booths, Windermere, this has been many things since being built

painting going on at the moment for 'Sunshine Shakes'

the old NatWest building having a facelift

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winter garb for the walled garden, Holehird

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Wednesday 24th

Just after two, skies brightening at the head of the lake

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from Tarn Hows, sunshine on The Pikes

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Pike o'Blisco

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by the top car park

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clouds and sunshine on the western slopes of Helvellyn

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Tuesday 23rd

Through Deer Bolts Wood to the edge of Grasmere

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The Daffodil illuminated

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Helm Crag

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dry stone wall dropping steeply down from Nab Scar

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goal posts of John Ruskin School with clouds playing around The Old Man

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Monday 22nd

Relaxing before the first outing, nearest you, the head end

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a grand morning at the head of Coniston Water, before the moon sets

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St Mary's Parish Church and spire, Ambleside

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from Rothay Park

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light fading all too quickly, back at the head of the lake

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