8th Apr 05
One of those wonderful Lakeland days with
brilliant sun, blue skies...but an icy breeze! Nowhere better on earth. So we
did "One of the Best". Up Gummer's How for the best views of
Windermere, then through Birch Fell Plantation (severely damaged by the storms
in Jan), to Sow How farm and its new born lambs, to Sow How Tarn, then up
Cartmel Fell with its glorious views of Morecambe Bay.
6+ miles? Anyway, glorious.
|From Gummer's How overlooking Lakeside - the end of Windermere where the steamers start (or end..)|
|Days and views don't come any better. Sorry about the hat though.|
|So many of the forests were very badly affected by the January storms. Our path was blocked many times.|
|The new born lambs at Sow How Farm|
|Glorious view of Morecambe Bay from the top of Cartmel Fell|
|A country view from Cartmel Fell showing the patchwork of fields divided by dry stone walls, that so typifies the Lake District|
|The trig point atop Cartmel Fell|
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