Wednesday, 25 August 2010

out and about

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.

5 comments:

soggibottom said...

Love your pics Wendy. I can't draw or paint either, but I always have them hanging around. For "just in case" I get the urge to do so. :-)
Great photo's, I have plasters for paws. :-)
x x x

Shari said...

oh Wendy, sure wish we lived closer to each other! It seems you & your DH enjoy doing the same sort of things we do!!! The pictures are all beautiful!

Sally said...

Lovely photos Wendy.

Pumpkin said...

Well no wonder! You've been busy walking the country side and taking great pictures :o)

mumzy said...

Wonderful pictures. I can't draw either but wish I could. A walk along the country side sounds like fun.