A Cumbrian Adventure (Part Three)

Some of these are from the car again, and the last ones are where they were looking for the footing across the squishy watery land. You have my daughter, and my newly married friends, Andrew and Becks.

55 thoughts on “A Cumbrian Adventure (Part Three)

    • It would be wondrous. I can’t walk too far, it was extremely difficult for me to get there. My daughter has said that she wants to go with Becks and spend a week camping and going over the mountain

  1. I’m simultaneously envious that you got to enjoy such a wonderful adventure and wishing to have the opportunity to see such beauty with my own eyes! Sigh…someday!! πŸ˜‰

  2. What amazing landscape! My husband is from Norway, and every few years we go there for our anniversary. Sadly, we probably won’t make it this year. His mother had a stroke the year before last and he ended up having to spend a fair bit of our vacation fund taking himself and his brother back and forth to see her before she passed. So it goes!
    These pictures remind me of visiting places that are still wild. They seem to become fewer and fewer.
    Kind thanks for your visit to The Netherworld.

    • I am sorry to hear about your mother in law. My mum had a stroke about 18 years ago, although serious, not life threatening so. Maybe you’ll be able to get there next year instead. The colours of this land are so vibrant. Thank you for the visit πŸ™‚

  3. Morning Alastair,

    What gorgeous photos!
    Lovely to see your daughter, now where are you?
    Hahahaha Only kidding I know you hate your photo taken. πŸ™‚

    Hugs Paula and Sakura. xxxx

  4. Looks like everyone was enjoying themselves! πŸ™‚
    Great pix – even the ones that you took from a moving car. Looks like you got that down pretty well.

    • Thanks Cindy. It is a gorgeous area. My friend took me there just so that I could take photos. I took 500 in about 2 hours.

    • Thanks Seyi πŸ™‚ There’s more fun in the next ones where my daughter said to me “You go anywhere near that rock and you’re grounded!” hehe It was one of them that was hanging in mid air. Had I had legs that worked properly in conjunction with my back, I may have jumped over to get some straight down shots, but jumping over a hole that is about 200 feet down – my chances of making it were slim. If I did make it, I would not be in a state to make it back. And there is no phone service there

      • Glad you didn’t prove you’re a superman! It’s just a delight to see you having fun! Wished I was in the pics though! πŸ™‚ My love to your lovely children and friends in Cumbria. πŸ™‚

    • You want to see how I got them to pose in one hehe. Thanks Sandra. There will be about another five or six of these.

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