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Touring UK- Windermere and Grasmere, The Lake District

On our second day in the Lake District we went to Windermere.  Windermere is the largest natural lake in England. There is also a town of the same name about half a mile (1 km) away from the lake. 362 more words


I was made for another planet...

I was made for another planet altogether,

I mistook the way. – Simone Beauvoir


Day 4, Grasmere to Patterdale, 14.5km

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July 25th, 2013
I slept in a 6 bed female dorm at the Grasmere YHA and no-one snored, it was unbelievable!! Howard, Dave and I decided to walk together and had a terrific time chatting all the way. 248 more words
Coast To Coast

Day 3, Borrowdale to Grasmere, 16km

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June 24th, 2013
Whilst sitting in the breakfast room at the B&B in the morning I was incredibly lucky to see a red squirrel running about in their backyard. 433 more words
Coast To Coast

Clawed, The Kit From Red Bank

A sneak preview of my ninth book, shortly to be published in print.

It is already on Kindle, where too many people download it for free! 31 more words

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Poetry Reading: Owen Sheers & Paul Farley

Despite the torrential rain and as a testament to their appeal, the room at the Daffodil Hotel was all but full for the reading of two of the Trust’s former poets-in-residence, … 1,099 more words

The Walking Poets

A pleasant surprise when we were visiting Dove Cottage and the associated Wordsworth Museum (which is interesting in itself) was an exhibition inspired by William Wordsworth and the Japanese master of the Haiku, Basho, on the ground floor of the museum. 601 more words