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04/06/2020

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Tony,
Thanks for daily pictures of the beautiful scenery that makes me long for our next visit to the Lakes. I also love the pictures of the flowers and today's photo of the rose in your garden was just spectacular! I want to know if your rose has a sweet smell. Too many roses are now bred for beauty at the expense of smell. My Grandfather had many roses in his garden and I remember going around to each bush to smell it when I was a child. Keep up the good work!
Nina from Montreal

 

 

 

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31/05/2020

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What are the yellow plants growing in the field? Are they harvested?
My favorite photos are of fences and gates. Something about them.
I'm only 82 so I probably won't be around in 30 years. I am fortunate to have built a new house and moved in February last. I hope to make a few trips back there soon.
It is over 100 degrees here in Nevada but I hardly notice because I'm in doors or the air-conditioned car. But if I had my druthers I'll like to be out walking in the rain.
Tony, do you miss delivering the mail in your Royal Mail Morris Minor?
John D. (Nevada)

 

 

 

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29/05/2020

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Your site is one of the things keeping me going thank you

 

 

 

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26/05/2020

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Tony Sorry Janet agian. I meant to add email address
118jme@gmail.com

 

 

 

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26/05/2020

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Tony: Wetherlam, your last two visits. I think you take the ridge down from Black Sails. Bank Holiday Monday's post interests me. There would appear to be a path off the ridge to Levers Water, avoiding Swirl Hawse. Is it clear? At what point do you drop off?
Janet (currently isloated in Church Becl Close)

 

 

 

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22/05/2020

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Forgot to add my name to the comment about the Stitchwort, one way to remember it’s name is that the stems look as fine as thread you could stitch with.
Many thanks for the constant beauty you bring us every day,
Judith Wood, Sessay ,North Yorkshire

 

 

 

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18/05/2020

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And in the photo of the bluebells hanging on — cuckoo spit! There's a froghopper at work in there. (In Canada they're widely known as 'spit bugs'.)

Lockdown or no, we take our morning coffee with a dollop of Lakeland Cam for good health and for the joy it brings us. Thank you Tony and Sir Ben. With best wishes to all,
~ David and Cathryn Miller, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

 

 

 

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15/05/2020

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Thanks Tony for posting those delightful cliff photos from Judy today - stunning view, Gwen, south coast NSW

 

 

 

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14/05/2020

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Good grief, Tony! For a split second I really thought I was looking at a forest fire with today's first photo! It looked just like real flames! Quite scary, really!

Stay safe and well up there - one of the hardest hit areas of the UK for COVID-19.

Mary & Hugh,
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12/05/2020

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Hi Tony, nice, straight logs from the felled Larch trees. Is the wood used for anything specific?
I must admit, when I see photos of Sir Ben sniffing and walking near the forest, I instinctively
think, "He should be wary of bears!" Conditioned living in Alaska. Thanks, and all the best! Janet

 

 

 

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