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Travel Blogs from Clapham
... party and parents when up to the moor for photos while the
rest of got to remain in the warm and dry with the bar.
The wedding was fantastic.
Becky looked absolutely stunning and Dominic looked wonderful in his
kilt. It was probably one of the nicest
weddings I have been to for a while made extra special by the little details
that were evident everywhere.
Place settings were marked by individually painted glasses
which were ...
... in this part of the country the lovely romantic country lanes are very narrow and have lovely dry-stone walls both sides which you would not like to hit or scrape - so when a car approaches it is only by some miracle that a successful passing is accomplished.
Our first night here was so peaceful and quiet - the only sound to be heard was the sighing of the buttercups in the fields outside. It gets semi-dark by about 10.00pm and the daylight appears about ...
... skyline all lit up - it was something like fairyland but a tad bigger!! The ship took us down the Hudson River to get close up to the Statue of Liberty which looks fabulous lit up at night. We travelled a little further as far as Battery Park and then turned around for the return trip and left the ship by 2.00am. By the time we arrived back to the hotel it was 2.30am - we were very tired and glad to be able to sleep in the next ...
So I am sticking around Kirkby Stephens until Monday morning where I met a friend (Duane) who is going to drop me off in Penrith on Monday on the way to his Dentist appointment. That worked out phenomenal. I can’t finish the walk right now, because the world’s largest horse trade show is going on in the next city and there is no accommodations. Duane bought me most of my rounds at the bar yesterday and I met a great crowd. ...
Following a lively night out, it was a slow start this morning. The sun was working hard to tempt me out and after getting a couple of loads of washing on the line I succumbed.
First, a drive to Grange golf club and a lovely gentle walk up to the 'Hospice' on Hampsfell with Nadine and her niece, Eleanor. The 360 views were fabulous today. Eleanor enjoyed using the view finder on the monument to spot Ulverston and Coniston Old Man. I enjoyed the butties Nadine ...