GLW2104 : A
this Lockdown period BOOTboy outings are having to be
solo ventures unless with a government approved
the government has given me carte-blanche to go wherever
I like with Margaret within our "local area"
(whatever that means) for the purpose of exercise on
our Great Little Walks. Consequently
it has become somewhere between convenient and essential
for the two different type of outings to become intertwined.
are our parts of BB2104
reports plus our bonus pictures:
BB2104 : For
Auld Lang Syne
2021 - Burns Night
we were first out, or as Rabbie would have
in the morning early".
blaws the wind frae east to west,
drift is driving sairly;
Sae loud and
shrill's I hear the blast,
I'm sure it's
had been a cold night and we wanted to travel
the paths whilst the ground was still hard.
was a familiar route on a cold but clear
day. From Natland to Sedgwick along
the old canal then return along the far
side of the River Kent to Hawes Lane and
back up to Natland. 6 miles.
big advantage of the early start was that
there were less people about. However
I'm not a great riser. In fact I tend
to agree with Rabbie.
in the morning's no for me,
Up in the
When a' the hills are
cover'd wi' snaw;
I'm sure its winter
BB2105 : BOOTboys
still in its original position
but no longer in use
object put to a new
Gatepost at what is no longer St Mark's Children's Home
Even more amazing how resourceful farmers
A cart from the Natland
into Kendal using the Natland Road footpath (a first!)
then up Oxenholme Road and back across from Strawberry