Date & Time: Tues 21st to Friday 24th August 2007.

Location of Start : Loweswater, Cumbria, Uk. ( NY 143 211 )

Places visited : High Nook tarn.

Walk details : (1) 2.9 mls, 750 ft of ascent , 2 hrs. Very Sunny.

Walked with : Paula and Al, Thomas and Abigail, Ann and the dogs.

Places visited : Low Fell.

Walk details : (2) 4 mls,1500 ft of ascent , 2 hrs 15 mins. Cool and misty.

Walked with : David Mould and Daniel, plus our dogs.

Harry and Bethan in the garden on wash day !

 

 

Time at home in Loweswater with family and friends meant that the next few walks were more local and less dramatic than of late but still very enjoyable.

This week our daughter and son in law plus our two grandchildren came to visit . . .

Myself, Ann, Paula, Al and Abi . . . photo after a few minor technical problems, by Thomas !

Smile . . .keep smiling . . . press the button a little harder . . . smile just a little longer. . . hold it steady . . . click - brilliant - well done Thomas.

We were walking locally today from home, across to Maggie's Bridge

then up to High Nook Farm.

 

Along the way we found this old gate post . . . or was it . . .

 

Hold your cursor over the picture

and bring the Stone Man

to life !

High Nook Tarn - the dogs had swum to the island again.

   
Harry looks back towards shore.
Ann, Abi and Thomas by the tarn.

Paula took this shot of the rest of us.

Low Fell behind this time but I'm missing from this family photo.

We've made it up to High Nook tarn but Thomas wanted more walking. In view of the time, Ann and Paula took Abi home for her tea

but Thomas, Al and myself continued on underneath Hen Comb and over to Mosedale.

   
High Nook Tarn in the sunlight.
Looking across at our route to Mosedale.
   
   
Walking alongside the wall in the photo above.
Thomas with his Raven Stick

Holding the stick gives you magical power to fight demons and werewolves.

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The hillside opposite has some old mine workings which we investigated as we passed.

Ahead was Grasmoor, resplendent in the sunshine.

Home was not far away now.

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This week has emphasised the return of summer, and the fine weather had encouraged Ann to wash a few of the cuddly toys . . .

much to the consternation of their owners !

She's washed our toys !!!

Turn your back and they will try and get their toys off the line . . . . . .( move your cursor onto the photo.)

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We were also visited by David and his son Daniel this week. They were collecting Wainwright summits and Low Fell and Fellbarrow were waiting to be walked.

Today the weather had taken a dive and all the major tops were hidden under a blanket of low cloud, but these lower fells were clear and promised lower level views - and a cup of tea at the end.

New Gates for old !!

Starting from Thackthwaite we followed the footpath up towards Fellbarrow.

The path has been upgraded with new gated in place of the old stiles. (Do the 'move curor over the picture' trick again )

   
Fellbarrow summit - top dog Harry.
David and Daniel on Low Fell.

On a fine day, this is one of the best views in Britain !

 

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Technical note: Pictures taken with a Canon Ixus Digital camera.

Resized in Photoshop, and built up on a Dreamweaver web builder.

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