Fair Rigg Guest House
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Clean and nicely decorated guesthouse with English breakfast provided
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... into hot water for a little bit, then fried and put into the dehydrator for extra crispiness. It really is not that hard. In addition the fritters for the evening service are rolled and breaded (traditional standard breading procedures: flour, egg and bread crumbs). The cracker/biscuit for the canapé as well as the spread are made daily as is the amuse bouche which is normally a cold soup or savory wanna cotta of ...
Today was a long day, 27 km with (of course) a big climb above 2000ft at the start. Both of us struggled to get out of bed, dragging our heels into the breakfast room, really just wanting to go back to bed. Last night I limped to the Indian Restaurant in Kirkby Stephen. I had had a sore heel during Saturday's walk and inspection after dinner showed a tense blister the size of 20 cent piece begging for some attention. I punctured and dressed it and by this morning it ...
I was woken at 3 am by the sound of moderately heavy rain. It continued on and off until breakfast and I thought we were going to need our waterproofs. However the rain held off as we left Orton, the cloud base slowly rose, the gloomy light brightened, and by early afternoon we were walking in the sunshine again. Today's 25 km leg was fairly straightforward again walking through ...
... over stone walls, negotiating sheep with their lambs and cows with very young calfs. All along permissive paths the walker treads without a worry. Harvesting has begun so some fields smelled devine. We first stopped at Shap Abbey. This was founded in 1200 then destroyed in 1530 during Henry VIII's reign. It must have been magnificent once, especially in its remote location. Whilst looking over the ruins the RAF ...
... and weekends are the busiest times of the week so I know I will be pressed for time in the coming days.
There are plenty of things to do around here. I just don't know how far they are from me and how easy they are to get to. I am venturing to Keswick tonight for a theater performance. It's nice to have that student discount :) ! The roads, as I may have mentioned earlier are narrow and treacherous at best. They certainly ...