There’s Snow Underfoot on the Fell

Not so far from Tythebarn House is Holmepark Fell, or is it Newbiggin Crags, I’m never quite sure where one ends and the other begins. Either way it’s a beautiful walk on a crisp, snowy, winter’s day.

It’s there you’ll find the sheep in almost perfectly-parted coats.

Sheep on Holmepark Fell. Newbiggin Fell. Holme. Burton-in-Kendal.

Views, stretching out across county borders.

Holmepark Fell. Newbiggin Crags. Burtom-in-Kendal. Holme

Trees, almost startling in their artistry.

Tree on Holmepark Fell. Newbiggin Crags. Burton-in-Kendal. Holme

Stone walls, textured and touchable.

Stone wall. Holmepark Fell. Newbiggin Crags. Burton-in-Kendal. Holme

Wind swept shrubs, shaped by wilder weather.

Dark clouds gathering. Holmepark Fell. Newbiggin Crags. Burton-in-Kendal. Holme

Reminding us that it’s time to turn back home to Holme,  stamp the snow off our boots and  put the kettle on.  “Are there any scones?”, I hear Vic say.

Snow on Holmepark fell. Newbiggin Crags. Burton-in-Kendal. Holme

All  on our doorstep here at   Tythebarn House

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