As before I hope the photos aren't becoming repetitive....
|Lancaster Canal Bridges...152, 151 and in the distance 150.|
|After a bit of South bound canal I set off across Holme Moss with Holme Beck for company.|
|It was back across the Mosses here crossing one of the many dykes that drain the area. A few weeks ago I would have needed waders on this path.|
|A different view of Farleton Knott. I walked back through the village back home. Not a soul was seen, I almost felt guilty being out.....|
|Monday afternoon and I headed East...only this is looking back South to home!|
|As I crossed Holme Park Fell I noticed the Catkins were starting to "go over"|
|There were a few Belties out, they seem to live on next to nothing.|
|A lone tree...everyone loves a lone tree. this one is a Hawthorn.|
|I took this shot from the high point of the bridleway....Ingleborough.|
|I turned and walked down Piper's Lane, not much of note.|
These Primroses brightened the hedgerow though.
|This is an area which has escaped...only 70 years ago it would have all looked like this.|
Across the A6070 and back along the canal to home.
|A pair of Mute Swans have built the nest on the opposite bank...away from folk and dogs.|
Hopefully they are successful in raising a family.
|The towpath gives a surprising but excellent view of the Lakeland Fells.|
to the left Coniston old Man stretching to Bowfell on the right....
|....the Fairfield Horseshoe, Red Screes on the right. Click on these images for more detail of course...if you do you'll see Dollywagon Pike in the distance still wearing a necklace of snow.|
|More off road on these 3 walks so footwear of choice was either Inov8 Rocklite 295's or....|
|Asics Fuji Gel Trainer...great in the dry...lethal in the wet!|
Well done if you've got this far, I'm undecided as to whether I continue with the walking or get out on a bike or 2....either way there will be more posts and photo's
Tek Care & Stay Safe.