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not to give a tinker’s damn

The phrase not to give, care or be worth a tinker¹’s curse, cuss² or damn (or elliptically a tinker’s) is an intensification of… 573 more words

Etymology

Wetherlam. 25 March

A crisp and bright start to the day at Tilberthwaite. From the car park. I took the path onto Horse Crag going past quarries to my left, and Yewdale Beck to the right. 260 more words

Walk

Mountain Sheep, Mountain Bikes, And Archery

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. THOSE IN GROUPS ACCESS GALLERIES THAT CAN BE VIEWED FULL SIZE WHEN YOU SCROLL DOWN THE PAGE AND CLICK THE APPROPRIATE BOX. 351 more words

Daffy Do ‘17

Another year gone, another slog along the side of Ullswater with a short, sharp trip up and down Hallin Fell in the middle for good measure. 1,148 more words

Running

A Walk on Mothering Sunday

I am linking this post to the Daily Post’s photo challenge, It is easy being green.

The king cups are just coming into bloom in the wildflower garden, which is open to the public. 227 more words

Photos

Stormy lake

Little rowing boats and celebration bunting caught in the stormy weather.

Lake District (Cumbria) – 2014

Photography