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A Walk In The Woods

A Walk In The Woods

As I mentioned in the last post, I have taken to doing a bit of walking since coming back from holiday. Well, I’ve managed to live in Brampton for some thirty three years and yet never been to the Ridge Wood between Brampton and Lannercost. I took a walk, along with my Wife Sue, out […]

Whoops! I forgot about that!

Whoops! I forgot about that!

As I get older I, along with most other people, get forgetful. Where did I put my glasses? What’s todays date? What’s her name again? But I didn’t think I would get half way through a posting and then forget all about it. If you read my previous post then you would have seen that […]

The Long Good Friday Part 4 – Epilogue

The Long Good Friday Part 4 – Epilogue

Last visit of the day was to the church of St Mary’s at Cumwhitton. I was met at the entrance to the village by a rare sight these days, a traditional red British telephone box. These used to be a common sight throughout the UK but now they tend to be (ab)used by banks for […]

Bins and Cones (or a load of Bollards!)

Bins and Cones (or a load of Bollards!)

“It’s easy for you. You live in one of the best parts of the world for this sort of stuff” He said. ‘He’ being a photographer friend of mine from London. “It’s on your doorstep man. You just get your camera out and click….easy shot” “Really?” I said. He had a point though. I do […]

Who Put The Lights Out?

Yes, I know it’s not two minutes since my last post but I thought I’d just drop another one in the bank while I’m in the mood. I was off to another Rotary event in Keswick and, for a change, the sun was shining. I really don’t know what the magic is about the hills […]

“We’ll Build A Wall & Get The British To Pay For It”

“We’ll Build A Wall & Get The British To Pay For It”

Not sure who I am trying to parody with the title but long before the Mexicans were being told that they had to build and pay for a wall to stop them getting into another country the Romans constructed a wall to stop the English and the Scots mixing. Way back in AD122 the Emperor Hadrian had […]