day of our two centre holiday- Kendal and Ambleside.
We had booked the Quaysiders's with the original
intention of taking Granny but, with the passage of
time and also the nature of the weather, she wasn't
interested in travelling even twenty miles.
to get at least one walk in before the bad weather forced
us to retreat home, we arrived early and set off for
by the River Brathay at the top of Windermere, there
was a fine view of the Fairfield Horseshoe.
climbed up Todd Crag as the weather was darkening. The
first tarn we found was more like a puddle, definitely
not Lily Tarn. The second tarn was still small
but at the time I thought that was Lily- it is certainly
the closest to the name marked on the OS 1:25K map.
But there is a larger tarn up there that we missed.
I think that was Lily Tarn. We'll have to
different interpretation of the Fairfield Horseshoe,
as seen from Miller Brow:
then dropped down into the north end of Ambleside and
strolled back to our bijou holiday home.
20th February 2010
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