Tag Archives: Red Screes

‘Hodgson’ Skyline

Saturday dawned bright. The forecast was essentially good again, albeit perhaps a little cloudier with the odd snow shower or two. By recent standards a thoroughly decent day. So today we have ran around the skyline of Patterdale, following much … Continue reading

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Drench, Dry, Repeat.

Another day, another dousing. Monday heralded¬†the new working week but there is little new weather. My running kit had just about dried out from my ventures on Saturday and it was time to immerse myself once more. Its been another … Continue reading

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Running slow

Tuesday has given a¬†chance to nip out for a routine training run before nightfall. Its been gradually cooling down again today in the Lakes. The transient snowfall from the weekend has all but gone following yesterday’s stormy and mild weather … Continue reading

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Drier but windier

I had plans of heading into Langdale today. A short outing over Pike O Blisco seemed like a good choice given the forecast 80mph winds. Unfortunately this morning it was raining, again. By the time I headed out, there was … Continue reading

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Lack of festive cheer

No pictures tonight but I will sum it up in one word, grim. If you want a more descriptive description, truly grim. A variety of excuses include a 10 day lay off with something resembling flu has meant this has … Continue reading

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First snows

Winter has arrived! The first proper snow has been falling this evening. It was a pretty bleak but strangely enjoyable late afternoon run over Red Screes.

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Serene sunset

Amazing. One of the best sunsets in ages tonight and the first sign that the days are now drawing in, as the head-torch came out for the final ascent from Scandale Pass back onto Red Screes.

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