Monthly Archives: January 2014

Scorton

Mud, mud, glorious mud                                                      Nothing quite like it for cooling the blood,         So follow me follow, down to the hollow And there we will wallow in glorious mud. These words from the song made famous by Messrs Flanders and Swan … Continue reading

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Bradford Fell

The weather forecast promised a brief spell of dry weather and maybe even some sunshine before another low swept in from the Atlantic. We took the opportunity to fit in a short walk on the Lancashire Moors. Our starting point … Continue reading

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The wild flowers of the Serra de Tramuntana, Mallorca

The Serra de Tramuntana stretches along Mallorca’s coast from the southern end to the northern tip of the island. As well as being an excellent area for walking it is home to a wide variety of plants. There is a … Continue reading

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Cartmel, Home of the Sticky Toffee Pudding.

Cartmel is situated 2 miles north of Grange –over –Sands in Cumbria and horse racing takes place here several times a year. Cartmel’s religious history dates back to 677 when King Egfrith of Northumbria gave the village to St Cuthbert. … Continue reading

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