Well here we are again at our tin can in the Lake District.
There’s still plenty of flora and foliage to see on the
caravan park as autumn approaches.
We had a drive out to Hawkshead via the Windermere car ferry. I should have gone across on a horse it’s only £2. In the car it was £5. It was a lovely adventure, even if the sail across did only last two minutes.
This little door made me chuckle with its sign
‘Bend or Bump’
After a walk round the village we had a coffee and cake before setting off back via Newby Bridge.
Now I obviously didn’t get the memo that frocks are not
allowed in Hawkshead or in the Lake District in general.
I was the only person wearing a dress.
Never mind birdwatching, I’m going out frock spotting tomorrow heehee.
I’ll be out with my Cumbrian chum on Monday
and I know full well Maria will be wearing something
pretty and not walking boots and waterproof trousers.
Off to visit the beautiful Holker Hall tomorrow. It’s over
twenty years since we actually went in the hall and gardens.
Have a lovely weekend