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the lake district

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just a few pics from around the lakes


this area is very quiet ,no shops and only one pub lol. it is also a conservation area


the area is near milam and is an old mining village.


i hope you all enjoy our little getaway in silecroft it’s so peaceful. the days can be very hot one min. and chucking it down the nxt. but wot ever it does its always beautiful.


as you can see its very tranquil


do you like the gnarled twisted wood. .there are lots of interesting things to find if you have the patience……….

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lovely pics Cristina,glad you enjoyed your break ,we were up in the lakes a few months ago in Fluckburgh it was so nice ..

19 Jul, 2010

 

my frend lets me use her caravan now and again. so kind of her . is fluckburgh near silcroft, not herd of that 1 . but yes its lovely there. have more pics but not loaded yet lol

19 Jul, 2010

 

you are lucky to use the caravan dont know not heard of Silcroft ..:o)

19 Jul, 2010

 

lol its new to me as well. wot part of lancs do u live?

19 Jul, 2010

 

Wonderful views and photos Cristina. The last pic is beautiful :o)

19 Jul, 2010

 

yes it is hywel . people think its all in windermere but there is so much more thanks

19 Jul, 2010

 

Great photos~love the lakes and used to go a lot when we lived in Northumberland~

20 Jul, 2010

 

lovely place to be

20 Jul, 2010

 

We went every year on holiday to the lakes it is one of my favourite places , we stayed at a very small caravan site( only four caravans) in the Western lakes which is quiet as well, you went to the beach on a bank holiday and only saw a handful of people.The scenery is breathtaking.

20 Jul, 2010

 

A lovely place, I have to admit that I too allways think of The Lake District as 'Windermere' I've never been near the coast. It reminds me of 'The Warren' on Anglesea with all the beautifuland and plentiful wild flowers. I have a friend who keeps telling to go to a place up there, I think it's called Silverdale but no matter where you go it's a beautiful part on England.

20 Jul, 2010

 

seems its very popular then .we all long 4 peace and quiet.hi heron ,how r you . can't believe its over a week since we went to see ur stunning garden . how is that plant getting on ( mine no flowers yet but still convinced its perineal ) the weather here is rubbish but still out there as so hot. got a lot of ideas from Ur garden ,so pretty. bin out 4 more roses. yes i have heard of silverdale,u must go ,u will love it . hoping to see you at our end soon . take care . mavis ,that sounds perfect.thanks dona and arlean

20 Jul, 2010

 

4 more roses!! not ramblers, where on earth are you going to squeeze them in? Only kidding, I bought one myself today, said I wouldn't get any more. It's one I've wanted for ages and it jumped out at me. It's called Queen Elizabeth. I didn't realise until I read the small print that it will grow higher that HRH herself. Still, though I've not much room horizontally I've room vertically. will PM you when the weather improves....should that be if? I'm getting fed up with all this wind n' rain. Can't decide where to put the SP thought I would wait 'till it flowers.

20 Jul, 2010

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