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The Lake District – O’er vales and hills

The Lake District National Park with its rich, multi-layered geological history dates back half a billion years and offers stunning panoramic vistas for miles around.

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Baby Boomer with Poles in Potato Field

Just a crazy old Baby Boomer with a cute dog, carrying a couple of poles

My Gap 12-Day Adventure

Glasgow for a few days, before moving on to the Lake District for a week, then on to Harrogate, the place of Betty’s Tea Rooms and my birth.

COUNTDOWN TO KESWICK – Upping the Fitness Regime​

Eleven days and counting... I Named My Dog ‘5 Miles’ So I Can Tell People I Walk 4 Miles Every Day! http:/blog.spartadog.com I do walk every day, the way my writing companion, Cassie the Blog Dog, looks at me is enough to get me out of the house and up the road. As soon as we... Continue Reading →

COUNTDOWN TO KESWICK

My own Hiker's Guide to the Lake District, features short, flat walks and frequent sightings of quaint, pretty little pubs dotted along the path.

GOING WALKABOUT: Rambling around The Lakes

A local hostelry at the end of each hike is very appealing, along with the views

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