Tuesday, 2 August 2011
My son (Toby) and his boys, William and Freddy
Me, after lengthy scramble up Catbells (partly on hands and knees), hence the trudging look.
Just to prove we all did it! I'm not one for holiday photos (other people's) which can bore other people rigid, but I had to prove that I actually climbed!
Posted by Frances Garrood at 09:49
Labels: catbells, holiday photos, Lake District
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Seems like too much hard work to me.ReplyDelete
Looks like you had a great time though.
Fantastic weather, and a great view from up there! I still think you were very brave, what with your hip and back problems.ReplyDelete
That climb is something I'd love to do - provided the weather was like on those pictures.
Keith, it was hard work, but well worth it. We oldies (me, not you of course...?) need to keep going, you know.ReplyDelete
Hi, Librarian. Actually the weather doesn't matter too much in the Lakes if you're walking, except when the mist obscures everything. We've had many happy family picnics in the rain. But the sun certainly helps!
What a wonderful view of both you and the scene... And not strange kissing ladies in view I hope too, Frances.ReplyDelete
Not a kissing lady in sight, Jarmara, but a lot of out-of -breath ones!ReplyDelete
You go girl! Well done Frances!ReplyDelete
Son, grandsons, view, weather - they all look wonderful, Frances!ReplyDelete
Alis, you're right. And I always forget how lovley it is to have just one of my children to myself (like you this week-end?).
Yes, I'm really looking forward to it!ReplyDelete