Monthly Archives: June 2021

Binsey – The Lonely Fell

The first dismal day of our holiday but a good opportunity to tackle a small safe stand-alone fell. Binsey is situated on the northern edge of the Lake District and on a clear day, offers views across the Solway Firth … Continue reading

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Six Fells on Super Saturday – Brae Fell, Great Sca Fell, Knott, Great Cock Up, Meal Fell and Longlands Fell

This was a delightful six fell extravaganza to start our Cumbrian holiday. We parked on the roadside, next to a gate near to Longlands Beck in Uldale. It’s worth getting up early because there is limited parking available; about four … Continue reading

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The President’s Daughter by James Patterson & Bill Clinton – Book Review

I recently reviewed this book on behalf of Whispering Stories and am grateful to Stacey for allowing me to reproduce the post below. The President’s Daughter Author – James Patterson & Bill ClintonPublisher – CenturyPages – 608Released – 7th June … Continue reading

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