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Today started sunny and we set off walking. Walked up hill and then down to the edge of Lake Derwentwater, to Hawes End, then along the shore to High Brandle How. Beautiful scenery of hills and the lake, but got wetter and wetter.
Then took the little ferry around the lake to Keswick, and did some more ...
... quite a bit of pool yesterday with some friends. I finally figured out how to rack the balls UK style and learned all of their rules. There are quite a few different ones such as, if you don’t hit your ball first or you knock an opposing teams' ball in they get to shoot twice. I learned the hard way quite a few times. I played against this little cheater boy who kept trying to sneak balls out of the hole and be sly about it. I told him, “I don’t care ...
... very popular and not very big. Some busy planting on a limestone crag was mildly interesting but overall it didn't really live up to the write-up in the brochure in my humble opinion even if Alan Titchmarsh had featured it on his Love your Garden TV programme! Not a garden I will be in a hurry to return to, methinks.
Anyway, having soaked up the sights and the sun, we climbed back into the trusty red C3 and headed home to put up our feet and have a lazy Sunday ...
... collect kids from the Outdoor Activity Centre next door and got stuck- narrow road in front, stone bridge with 3 tonne limit to the right, so had to turn around. Very amusing to watch although Theresa worried he might take out her car or the owner's shed in the process of turning. Afternoon for retail therapy. Drove to Keswick, local Lakeland town. Every other shop an outdoor clothing/equipment shop as everyone here walks, ...
... they plan to do.... Pfft.
I arrived to the campsite in town with exhaustion looming over me. The campsite was the nicest one that I have stayed at, but unfortunately also the most expensive. As I took the most needed soothing shower of my life, I noticed a flyer on the wall. There were so many pubs in town that the one at the lower end needed to compete and offered two pound pints! ...and so "The White Lion" became ...
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