Six Months in Pictures – Part I

Our six month sabbatical in the Cumbrian fells is nearing its end and I wondered how to sum it all up. What better way than photographs.

I haven’t been alone in my adventure. Clive has accompanied me and has kept his own journal. I know many of you are following his weekly chronicles published on Sundays and thank you to everyone who has so far supported his fundraising effort for the Lake District Search and Mountain Rescue Service.

I’ll select a few more pictures over the coming days prior to going back to Sussex. Without doubt when we do travel south, we’ll be leaving part of our hearts in Cumbria …


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Hello - I'm Julie Haiselden, an occasional NHS med sec/practice administrator. Mother of three, wife of one, a chaotic cook and published crime/thriller novelist who blogs a bit about books, life and food. School alumna. Occasional am-dram actress/director. I enjoy walking and photography (although my enthusiasm outweighs my skill set). I've recently joined the reviewing team at Whispering Stories and can be found via the following social media sites: I also accept a few hard copy novels to review.
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One Response to Six Months in Pictures – Part I

  1. milliethom says:

    Stunning photos, Julie. The lake District is so beautiful but, like all beautiful places, the main beauty spots and quaint little towns are honeypots for tourists, particularly during school holidays. It’s bliss to see it as quieter times. I adore it up there and we go fairly often as I have an aunt who lives in Carnforth, just outside of Cumbria. I can understand when you say you’ll be leaving your hearts up there, especially after spending six glorious months there! I’ll keep tuned in to see more of your lovely photos.

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