Yew Tree Chapel
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... to the coast and all the peaks of the past two days as well as the Yorkshire Dales we are heading for. Instead we hightailed it down to the edge of Ullswater (Pooley Bridge that Cathy mentioned) ahead of a two hour walk beside the lake to the dam wall (it is the water supply for Manchester) and then another 2 hours to our hotel in Shap. It was a long day, but the last of the big hills, now onto ...
After Hermitage Castle, we decided somewhat spontaneously to go to Langholm Castle, just 25 minutes away. That 25 minutes became more like an hour and a half. Of course, that included a stop for lunch in Newcastleton, at a little place called The Olive Tree. I had a haggis burger--haggis on top of a hamburger. Very good!
... had a lot of fun playing around & missy enjoyed trying out her moves in the big pool. Eventually we made out way out after mr decided to runaway from dad which was a big mistake. We made it home to where Judith had made lamb for Jon for dinner since it was Sunday & the english like to do a roast on Sundays. Eventually the kids made it to bed & Jon & I, with his parents occasionally, watched "The Queen" with Helen Mirren which was pretty good. We both enjoyed ...
... house. We also drop into a bakery to pick up supplies for lunch. Everything looks and smells delicious and it is all baked on the premises using organic materials. I choose a wolf pie whilst Ian opts for the safer option, mince and onion pasty. Wolf pie turns out to be steak baked in Wolf beer and nothing more sinister. We can't resist a sweet treat either. We both opt for a kind of flapjack stuffed with pecans and cranberries.
Picnic supplies stashed in backpack ...
Friday, 22nd February 2013
We have had a very good run of weather, but, today, our luck has run out, very cold with snow flurries and an overcast sky.
It is decided we will go to Carlisle, the nearest town of any size.
What is the fascination with women and shopping?
At least it was indoors, dry and moderately warm, Kathleen bought something, (a pair of shorts, in preparation for our next campervan ...