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... directions from a book and once again it was crossing the cow paddock that challenged us. We will be expert status soon - we actually found our way back to the Lighthouse Bar where we met Mick & Karen, friends of Geoff & Shirley, for a few drinks.
And it is 8:30pm, still broad daylight and we are still in short sleeves!
Off to the Cotswolds tomorrow with a night in Chipping Norton before returning to London.
... by very steep mountains again sprinkled with sheep with one leg shorter than the other! The reflections in the lake of the surrounding fields, mountains and homesteads reminded me of Sasi Lassies trip through the desert in Bolivia. Rod was amusing himself by skimming stones across the lake. We saw small little fish just on the shoreline and apparently there is Brown trout and another fish variety living in the lake but there is no fishing. At the end of the lake ...
We set off in terrible weather, hoping it would improve. We drove up the M6 past Carlise and found a site near Lochabie. Haddon Castle. A large site very spacious and well laid out in the castle grounds. Bar and restaurant and great showers. We pitched up and as it was raining we drove into the small town on Aanan for a beer ...
... was half term. But the rain came down a bit more. By the time we were negotiating the M61 you couldn't see much. Except water. As Sarah's husband had apparently commented, at least the lakes would be full... We talked on the way up, neither of us yet feeling desperately motivated to go swimming in a lake, especially given the rain. We thought we might be 'taking it easy' this weekend. I mentioned my new waterproof camera, though, and that at least gave us reason ...
... limited and apparently there is always a waitlist to join. They say there is still around 100 years of excavating still to be done.
There is also another site where the Army Museum is that they haven't even started on yet. The history is crazy.
Next we headed to have a look at Hadrians Wall. It was a defensive fortification with construction starting around AD 122 during the rule of Emperor Hadrian and took only 6 years to complete. It was approximately ...