On Saturday we went to Keswick and looked around the pencil museum. I bought some crayon pencils and a book about drawing. ( I can't draw). We went on a very nice walk down to the lake Derwentwater,
saw evidence of autumn approaching
and went on a boat
On Monday we went to Preston to the Harris Museum
Then we went on to Lythham St Anne's
The weather was not great but we paddled in the sea
I ended up with numb fingers but this was put right by fish and chips in a local cafe.
On Tuesday we took a trip to Kirkby Stephen
From the station a mile and a half from the town we took a long walk through fields woods and by the river via Nateby and Ladthwaite Farm Hartley. Here Biddle and Gardener Bunny discovered an interesting box.
Inside there was a notebook where you could write comments about your impression of the scenery, you could leave a donation for the mountain rescue service and take a postcard. It looked a lovely place for a holiday and allow dogs too. Biddle wondered if he would be allowed to stay. (He now has sore paws from all the walking and is having a couple of days rest at home). Our walk finished in the town and after a well earned coffee and piece of carrot cake we walked the 1.5 miles back to the station
During this holiday period nothing has been created fabric-wise.