Following a five-hour drive, I arrived home at 2.30 today.
In due course, I will have lots to tell you about my holiday to the Lake District in Cumbria, and many photos to share too.
We were lucky with the weather, and spent every day out walking in some of the best scenery in Britain. Ollie took to the new area like a duck to water, and enjoyed being out for around nine to ten hours most days. He made some new friends in an area full or dog-owners, and he also enjoyed meeting the hill sheep to be found everywhere.
I have to sort out all the photos on the memory cards, as well as the details of the places we visited and the sights seen. That will take some time, and will involve a series of posts over the next week or so. But it all went very well; I managed the walks, and my new walking clothes and boots proved to be a good investment. As for the picturesque area, it couldn’t be more different to Norfolk, as you will see in due course.
I will do my best to get around to replying to all your comments, and checking out the posts I have missed, as soon as the travelling dust has settled.
I enjoyed my break a great deal, and I would like to thank everyone who continued to read my posts and to comment on this blog when I was away.
Best wishes to you all. Pete.