TRANSPORT OF DELIGHT

The transport of delight took us up to theLake District, we stayed at a beautifully wooded Caravan Club site just outside Kendal with the pungent fragrance of wild garlic which was growing in profusion.

Not far from Coniston Water where we took a trip on the newly refurbished National Trust Gondola first launched in 1859  http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-gondola

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You do not visit theLake District for the good weather and today the heavens opened dark skies, thunder and lightening but the trip was not cancelled, Peter was able to inspect the Victorian steam engine and it had stopped raining enough for us to enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Suki x

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About brentwoodprop

Just loving life, carrying my camera and searching for beauty!
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5 Responses to TRANSPORT OF DELIGHT

  1. You visit the Lake District because it is totally awesomely beautiful! And Wolfie is very jealous!! And in need of a “Transport of Delight” too pls! Coniston Waters…spent many happy family holidays there and surrounding areas…you are sooooo lucky Suki 🙂 Great photos and that beautiful rainbow…wow!! Now if I can just pad sneakily into the “Transport of Delight” when no-one’s looking…lol… Wolfie hugs! x

  2. michiko san says:

    Hi Suki,
    I just dropping to see how you are doing? what a lovely holiday you are having:-)
    It sound just peaceful scenery though I guess you don’t know what out side of worlds LOL!
    Enjoy your holiday.

  3. Love your camper (motorhome).

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