: Finding Our Way
finished the Ullswater
with Cynthia & Ian, the question naturally arose-
There are of course plenty of long
distance walks but they would generally involve long
distance drives, especially if done in stages rather
than as one complete unit over several consecutive days.
and I had heard of the Windermere Way so I thought I
should do some research. I asked Uncle Google
and this is what he came up with:
Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Ready to Learn!
you can't disagree with that but it didn't quite fit
in with what I expected. Then I found something, on
the same website,
a little more relevant:
all Windermere Hawks.
Do you know what
time it is?
time to grab your shoes and head outside,
the fresh air and take some strides.
bring a friend or meet a new one,
are welcome to join the fun.
will have a raffle for prizes at the end,
lots of fun things going on before then.
remember, you can sing, dab, or talk
we must always make sure to WALK, WALK,
out the routes as soon as you can,
Wednesdays are back again!
you on the sidewalks!
is the clue. See you on the "sidewalks".
Not Windermere Cumbria.
the next thing that Uncle Google showed me really was
the real thing.
Way covers 45 miles
which seemed rather a lot for a lake that is 11
miles long however there are some parts where there
is no lakeside access so a higher level solution is offered.
presumed four part expedition was out of the question
It needed to be broken down into rather shorter sections.
That proved to be quite a challenge.
on subsequent pages will prove whether or not we manage
to achieve the objective.
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