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The moment you step off the train the tranquil area, beautiful fresh air and peaceful sounds washes over you. It's lovely and the complete opposite of London!
There are 4 small villages I spent most of my time in, Windermere, Bowness-on-Windermere, Ambleside and Waterhead. Bowness-on-Windermere and Waterhead are located right on the water front and you can take a ferry to each port. While Windermere and Ambleside ...
... seems to be running freely again after last nights blockage and once past Leeds the traffic thins out quickly. We make good progress knocking off 90 miles and reaching the Angel at 10.30am. Last time I was here it was sleeting, but this time it's much warmer and a wan sun even puts in a brief appearance. We look around, take a selfie and move on north. The statue itself stands above the A1 at Gateshead, so I quite expect the satnav to take us back to the A1 to continue our ...
... levels since giving up smoking (I still am) so I had to pause a number of times up this section. The ground was rocky scree which would very easily lead to a sprained ankle. Not something I wanted happening. By the time I reached the next gate I could see Little Man and the clouds just rolling onto the top, Skiddaw would be climbed through the clouds, there wasn't going to be much of a view from the top. Rounding Little Man I was on the ridge walking up to the summit, ...
... where soldiers from the Milecastle stood guard. The design was to provide eyes on every foot of the border across northern England. From the Irish Sea in England to the Black Sea on the frontier of Asia, that’s 2,000 miles of border Hadrian was attempting to secure. Much as it is today on the U.S.’s southern border, everyone on the wrong side of the river or wall in ancient Rome knew a shot at the good life was just across the border and they all wanted in.
... Towering trees hanging over the lake and the grasses, a canoe parked near the edge, and mountains lining the background. After taking in the view, we headed back to the meeting place, talking to the sheep in the valley on the way. I definitely didn't want to leave. I felt inspired by the nature all around me and the laid-back lifestyle of those in the town. I've never seen such a quaint village in my life and I hope that's not the last I'll get to ...