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On Red Screes

Earlier in April, when the weather was still hot and clear, we walked up to the summit of Red Screes from Ambleside.

Now I have, on several occasions, done the harder and steeper ascent from the Kirkstone Pass, up Kilnshaw Chimney, but I had never walked the easier route from Ambleside, except one as as descent. 221 more words

Designated Hitters in the NL?

As a die-hard Cardinals fan, this week’s news that Wainwright has been sidelined for 9-12 months by a torn achilles is devastating, and it has… 166 more words

Thoughts

Inspired By Surrealism and A Fantasy Featurette

The music video for Across the Universe, originally used to promote i am sam (Jessie Nelson, 2001), was directed by Len Wiseman… 312 more words

Photography

Wainwright Tomb

St. Louis’ Bellefontaine Cemetery is a great place to explore our country’s history.   In 1891, Ellis Wainwright, a young St. Louis millionaire brewer, commissioned Louis Sullivan to design the tomb for his beautiful young wife. 94 more words

St. Louis

Woodland Fell and Beacon Fell

At the moment, I’m walking my way through Wainwright’s Outlying Fells. Yesterday morning, two of us headed out towards High Furness to tackle the Woodland Fell walk – which also takes in Beacon Tarn. 91 more words

Travels

Wainwright Walks 13: Walla Crag and Bleaberry Bog (sorry Fell)

Hills: Walla Crag, Bleaberry Fell
Wainwrights: Ditto
Stone circles: Castlerigg
Who: Cast of thousands… well 6 anyway; self, Stuart and 4 mates. 1,301 more words

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