Lake District:
Yew Bank

29 April 2005

After a good journey to the Lakes from London, a late afternoon walk from Woodland onto Yew Bank

Walking along the pleasant walled lane

Yew Bank and bluebells in the lane

George takes a breather

And then takes exception to the summit cairn: quite what he thought it was, wasn't clear, but quite atypically he barked at it furiously!

George makes his peace with the cairn

Panoramic view to the north, from the Coniston fells on the left across to Top O'Selside

Across Broughton moor to the Coniston fells: on the left is White Pike, White Maiden and Walna Scar, Brown Pike, Buck Pike and Dow Crag, then the pass of Goat's Hawse then the Old Man of Coniston.

Looking down the shallow valley of Mere Beck on Torver Low Common to the disused reservoir

George poses for a last photo as we return to Woodland

Mother watches as her two youngsters keep nearby

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