So we are still in the midst of dealing with Coronavirus in the UK, we went away on holiday while we were in tier 2 (meet groups outside but not go into other peoples houses, shops and hospitality open if covid compliant) and on the day we returned we were in tier 3 and then swiftly into tier 4 less than a week before Christmas. This meant no meeting indoors (Christmas day plans out of the window for many of people) no hospitality or non essential shops open, no meeting outside in groups and a stay at home order. Anyway, we were very please to make it away on holiday and back in time from the Lakes. We had a wonderful time and although the weather was terrible we had some amazing walks! Get ready for some photo spam!
This was our first day walk...we tootled down to Bassenthwaite lake and it was very windy as you can tell by their ears 😂
The next day we went to Buttermere which is one of our fav walks! The older two managed really well as it was a two hour walk (Brodie is 14 in Feb and Brooke is only 9 but struggles with long walks due to her shoulder) and they even had energy for playing in the lake at the end!
Lots of Herdwick sheep to stare at!
Have to do the obligatory pose on the rock! ❤
Loch Ness Sparkle 😁
We went to Ravenglass one day and walked for a couple of hours round Muncaster castle. It was sooooo muddy!!! The way we were supposed to walk to start with was cut off by high tide and so was the poo bin!
Poor Rupert got splattered with mud and was so cross about it!! If you look at his face he is covered in gloopy mud!
We did the walk back to front so finished by walking along the coast
As the Ravenglass walk was a couple of hours we stopped in Whitehaven on the way home and walked the older two for an hour and got some fish and chips!
Brooke was cross that we didn't share our dinner!
The sunset was beautiful
And the dogs enjoyed letting off steam!
We did a group walk from the cottage a few times, this is looking down onto Bassenthwaite lake
The cottage we were staying in was in the group of white buildings on the left of the photo
And we walked past this quirky house with lovely wooden sculptures!
Climbing above Thornthwaite and looking down onto Bassenthwaite
We had to walk through a ford which was quite high due to the rainfall!
One day we climbed Skiddaw, it was very cold and cloudy at the top but the views on the way up and down were absolutely stunning! You can see the gravel path we went up winding up the middle of the photo, just to the left of it was the original very steep path!
Looking over Keswick and Derwent water
Bru was sooooo thrilled to find a patch of snow that he had to roll in it!
Spark had trouble controlling her whiskers!!
We also did a walk from the cottage with younger two up to Whinlatter forest and went into a cafe for the only time on holiday! Dog friendly luckily so we could get out of the rain!
While we were on holiday we actually braved playing Scrabble and found we quite liked it!
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