Cragwood Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Another last minute and tasty breakfast but a bit less daunting than yesterday's and we were off to the bus stop. Traveled north to Grasmere where William Wordsworth lived. We strolled around the village, stopping for a cappuccino early on and lunch a bit later, both at the same spot - The Miller Howe ...
... En route we passed Roman ruins which were excavations of the bases of walls. From those few stones archaeologists deduced the structure of the fort. A little further on we passed a man sitting on a bench by the lake strumming a guitar and singing, a pleasant addition to the walk. Light lunch, window shopping, people watching. ...
... worth even more. If you can’t give, or you can and would like to support us further, we will be doing bucket collections and wristband selling, so please get in touch if you would like to participate in that. Finally, we would be extremely grateful for any of you to join us at some point throughout. Please contact either of us and we will be happy to provide you with further information on the walk. Thanks again for reading. Ryan & Tony ...
Patterdale is our destination, it has rained during the night again, so soggy under foot. Niice big mountain to tackle. Got a another walker with us today, Katie has volunteered to support us, certainly good for morale. Me and Ryan tackled Helvellyn and Striding Edge, that was scary, but a proud moment for me, I really needed to do that with Ryan, Martin and Katie walked around it, still a tough ...
... in for bed.
Our morning started off with the rain coming down and a stop at one of the many stone circles that you can't miss when driving through this country and this one was Castlerigg. It's small in comparison to other places but still you wonder who did this and why? After viewing this we continued taking our drive to Honister Pass and then eventually to the top of the summit and the Honister Slate Mine where they have been mining slate since ...