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The Trip

As I write this bit, it’s February and I am in Grasmere, in the Lake District. It’s raining and has been for much, but not all, of my stay here so far. 1,523 more words

Reading And Writing

This is the paradise!

I need to make a correction to the above post – that was a morning walk in which I collected all the litter, I believe – but this was an evening walk in The Lake District, where I felt the spirit of William and Dorothy Wordsworth and could understand why they loved this place so much. 32 more words

Looking into Bedales Archives

Enquiries to the Archives have been flooding in this term, and not all to do with WW1. Bedalian connections should feature in a number of exhibitions and events locally in the next few months; … 207 more words

Bedales School

Kraina wzgórz, pagórków i owiec - Lake District, cz. 2

Wyszliśmy tylko po mapę, zrobiliśmy 26 GOT…

Loughrigg Tarn okazało się cudownym, spokojnym miejscem na kemping (jak tam trafiliśmy – przeczytaj tu), a poranna kąpiel w jeziorze przywróciła utracone siły. 275 more words

Podróże Małe I Duże

Wet Sheep And Daffodils

I went to Grasmere at the weekend, in the full knowledge that it would rain and rain and rain, and it did. My last visit to the Lakes must have been about 25 years ago, but then I was too engrossed in preventing small children from falling down screes or off crags or into becks to take in much culture. 840 more words

History

21. Along The Coffin Route

Post 21 of A Journey On Foot

2nd August 2013

What a magical feeling when some people who were, just a moment ago, simply ‘people’ in a photograph I took (the group in the background below), make me stop and have an encounter with them – on this occasion initiated by a request to take a family portrait.  420 more words