The Children's Mother and I finally made it to the Lake District today. It was a bit hectic as being winter we had all the animals to see to before setting off and on our return home.
Time was limited with a 90 minute drive each way, so we chose to start our short walk in Rosthwaite, Borrowdale. The Children's Mother was keen to walk up to Watendlath Tarn which strangely over the last thirty five years of walking and climbing, I had somehow not managed to visit!
We left the North East in thick fog on the promise of glorious sunshine in The Lakes and we weren't disappointed!
Leaving the M6 to the artics, we drove home over Hartside Pass and had this lovely view back to the lakeland fells.
(And I got my feet back onto snow!)
The fog at home hadn't lifted all day which made the trip all the better!
Back to re-arranging furniture tomorrow....