The Cumberland Hotel
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... was scary, thankfully we were all accounted for and safe. We stopped and took in the magnificent scenery, we could still see the ocean, although there was cloud, we could still see Scotland. On wards we walk until we can see views on both sides of the mountain range looking over Red Pike and down through the valley. We climbed to 2000ft. Lunch at the top - cup of tea and ham and cheese sandwich. Now we begin the descent before heading uphill again to the ...
... book the instructions were confusing and we took a wrong turn. We came to a dead end we were off the track so we turned around and decided to walk along the railway track - there are no trains on Sunday's. At one stage Kym and I turn around and we have lost 4 of the group (they had found a gate and the path). We hear this farmer yelling we thought he was herding sheep as he was running down the hill towards us. He finally caught up with us ...
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 ...
... slightly enthused about getting in the water. We decided to take the scenic route to Buttermere from Keswick. This is a narrow twisty road which our itinerary says is best avoided, but as I discovered last year, it is only a problem if you encounter the bin wagon on it. We were obviously running a little later this time, as we passed the bin wagon just before starting on the mountain pass. It is a stunning road, with lots of ambivalent sheep, and a ...
... The weather hasn't been particularly kind however Saturday was glorious. We took a walk to see the lake and WOW is all I can say. Initially we took this little road which turned out to be the long way however we didn't have much else to do. As the lake came into view, we were stunned, truly picture postcard stuff. The sun was shining and people were out in their boats on the lake soaking up the ...
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