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We went on a lovely walk to Helton, on the moor above Pooley Bridge and I got chance to play with my new long lens (best birthday present ever, from Lee).
My wonderful birthday present from award winning Lake District photographer, and very good friend, Stewart Smith.
The children and I enjoyed a rare (in fact, I think the first ever) proper day out together, just the three of us. I normally feel bad taking them places without someone else (Lee or my parents) because it seems … Continue reading
Another glorious walk today, although the weather was more grey and murky, than the blazing sunshine we enjoyed last weekend. We took the boat across Derwentwater, and walked a couple of miles between High Brandlehow and Hawes End, stopping along … Continue reading
We had a glorious walk in Borrowdale today, around Castle Crag in the sunshine, and admiring the views. It’s a stunning walk, with some interesting steep bits (although they wouldn’t let me climb to the proper top – that’s what … Continue reading
We had a lovely walk around Tarn Hows today, at Ben’s request, and he only grumbled half the time! There were some lovely views, and I had an attempt at water (again). One day I might get there. In the … Continue reading
This photo really doesn’t do the view justice in any way, shape or form – I blame the hazy cloud, and not my atrocious photographic skills, at all. It was a lovely walk at Orrest Head, Windermere, and the children … Continue reading