THIS WEEK:

Saturday 6th

Opposite Nab Cottage, quiet views of Rydal Water

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Friday 5th

Starting at St Margaret's Parish Church at Low Wray, a circular walk, down to the lake at Epley Point and round by Wray Castle

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orange lichen on a gate

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High Wray Bay on Windermere

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a new arrival in the fields below Wray Castle

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strange, amongst fifty or more sheep, this is the only lamb

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Watbarrow Point

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Wray Crag and Red Screes

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the impressive Wray Castle boathouse

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jetty bringing foot passengers from across the lake, in normal times

across the lake; the Low Wood Hotel

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friendly robin in front of Wray Castle

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Thursday 4th

From Rothay Park onto Loughrigg past Brow Head in the sunshine

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polite, but strange sign in the wall near The Golf House

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High and Low Pike from the 9th tee

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the ampitheatre

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nearing Ivy Crag

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blue skies being replaced by more cloud

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Wetherlam The Carrs and Greenburn

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Windermere

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Loughrigg Tarn

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down Fox Ghyll, past the many rhododendrons

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Wednesday 3rd

Foggy just about everywhere this morning, at The Drunken Duck

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Waterhead

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up the Brathay to the footbridge

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down the river

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just after 4 pm. On the Gondola Pier

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Tuesday 2nd

Kelly Hall Tarn, a walk on Torver Back Common

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frosty Blawith Fells

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mist along the lake

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over Sunny Bank

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Fairfield

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at Brown Howe the mist is clearing

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Monday 1st March

St Andrews Parish Church this morning

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daffodils at one of the graves

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in the grounds of Monk Coniston

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through the walled garden

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the path leads down to the lake

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strips of snow, old cornices on The Old Man.

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