Which way to High Dam from the village of Finsthwaite? This map on a notice board at the start of the walk helped: High Dam is a picturesque tarn near Finsthwaite and Lakeside at the southern end of Windermere. A dam was built across the southern end of the tarn in the early 1800s to Read more about Which way to High Dam?[…]
We had good weather again this week for our penultimate trip for this year to the Borrowdale Valley in the Lake District . Whilst there’s not much blue sky in evidence on these pictures, the sun was shining much of the time. Fast-moving clouds provided an ever-changing sky with patches of blue never very far Read more about Walking in the Borrowdale Valley[…]
This well-trodden path in the Borrowdale Valley in England’s Lake District is my post for Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge. It’s one of my favourite walks. We’ve another trip there planned for the week after next, so hoping the weather is as good…or at least dry!
Which way? The Footpath or the Bridleway? We enjoyed another couple of days in the Borrowdale Valley in the Lake District this week. I took these pictures on the walk from Seathwaite to Styhead Ghyll. There is a sign in Seathwaite proclaiming it to be the wettest place in England….but hey….there was no rain that Read more about Which way? The Footpath or the Bridleway?[…]
Wordless Wednesday: Yesterday’s Walk