THIS WEEK:

Friday 21st

Yet another wet day!

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quiet at Brown Howe

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another spell of quite heavy rain

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Peel Island

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the little hamlet of Water Yeat

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"The Wilsons" Wilson Arms, Torver

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fields below Bowmanstead.

Thursday 20th

Rhododendrons in Stagshaw Gardens, Waterhead

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at Waterhead, Windermere is an inch or two from flooding the road

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on Castlerigg, mist arond Latrigg and snow on Skiddaw

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at last sunshine this afternoon, in the main street, Cockermouth

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Millers Bridge from the park

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returning to Keswick over Whinlatter pass, this view shows how swollen the River Derwent is

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below Dodd

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Skiddaw Lower Man from Braithwaite

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Helvellyn from Nest Brow.

Wednesday 19th

St Oswalds Parish Church, Grasmere

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by the Swan

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looking into a very wet Easdale

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at the entrance to Forest Side

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above the duck pond, How Head, Grasmere

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Rydal from White Moss.

Tuesday 18th

High Coniston lake level, at the Kirby Quay Boathouse

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bright for a time, on Elterwater Common

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midday, turning wet on the east side of the lake, at Bank Ground

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the cattle grid

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no sign of any fells

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the cycle route sign below Boon Crag.

Monday 17th

A few early daffodils dancing in the cold wind, above the main car park, Tarn Hows

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Black Crag with the wind whipping up the surface of the tarns

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old patches of snow on Glaramara

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Yew Tree Farm, and Wetherlam.

Sunday 16th

The start of the steep Red Bank road, Grasmere

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Deer Bolts Lodge

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good weather for mosses

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Grasmere from Dale End

note the water running in lines down the field

later, Coniston, a walk down Lake Road to the lake

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windy by the Bluebird Cafe

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too cold for a bath!

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