Yesterday Fiona and I went up the Dinosaur’s Back, known to Ordinance Survey as Hall’s Fell ridge. There are in fact a number of dinosaur backs up to Blencathra. Though not the pointiest, I think this is the longest stretch of proper dinosaur and a fine and entertaining climb. Unless they ever wake up….
I know a certain lady fond of dipping. I would not be surprised if she had swum, summer and winter, in half the rivers and lakes in Somerset. How she gets about to them all is a wonder, not least the question of how she finds them all out in the first place. So I began to wonder if she might have a job involving a lot of local travel, perhaps a sales rep or similar, and drove around the county enthusiastically leaping out of her car, flinging off her clothes and joyously slipping into the local waterways en route to her appointments. I imagined her in a sharp suit, briefcase of sample books in one hand, surreptitiously dripping pond water , with waterlilies in her hair. Though of course she could simply be a secret agent…
Medusa… discovers she has split ends!
Thank you Rosie Scribblah for posting a picture of a two-headed snake called Medusa on Facebook this morning… Had to be drawn! Plus, no cats in evidence this evening.
There have been rather few cat-of-the-day postings lately, this is because there have been few cats around: it’s too hot and they are lurking outside somewhere rather than posing for me. I have been doing a lot of outdoor swimming though, so I thought I would introduce you to one of the more unusual sights you may see if you venture to swim outside. Small ones are not too much of a problem but woe betide the reckless diver who ventures to the depths (this is of course why I only swim and do not do diving…)