Somehow, the sheep always understand you and never disagree with you (apart from when they don’t want to do something!). This one is a particularly friendly Herdwick.
Fresh from the oven today.. Date Slice, Victoria Sponge and Apple and Cinnamon Scones made with apples that have about 100 yards of food miles on them and have been picked so recently that they were still covered in dew! They are the ones that make the best scones, hence I only make them in the autumn! The sponge is filled with yesterdays plum, apple and damson jam.
It’s a lovely day for a walk so why not walk over the Rigg or amble along the lower paths in the valley and call in for tea? We look forward to seeing you!
Plum, apple and damson this time.
Why not come for a walk, have a cuppa and support Eden Valley Hospice by buying some jam?
It’ll be baking day tomorrow. I think I’ll be making Chocolate flapjack, Date Slice and Victoria Sponge.
Any other suggestions?
We’ve had a cancellation for the first week in September, and we are also available for the week of 23rd. Autumn is a wonderful time up here. The damsons are just ripening and shortly there will be an abundance of brambles. The bracken will turn and there will be a cool crispness in the air. Why not come for an autumn break?
I’ve made the first batch of the season already. The plums are rotting before they are ripening properly.. probably because of the rather damp weather we’ve been experiencing! However, not all is lost. Eden Valley Hospice will benefit from any sales of this product. It’s been tested … and have been assured it’s ok!!!
Enjoying a family breakfast in the camping barn. Weatherproof camping at it’s best. Why not come and try it for yourselves?
We are having rather mixed weather at the moment (typical British summer sort of weather) but don’t be put off. The waterfalls are amazing and when it’s really rather too damp to venture out the local museums are wonderful. You can see the biggest pencil in the world in Keswick!
Huge thanks to all concerned who have enabled us to continue with the restoration of our precious landscape. We have lovely walls and gates. The fencing job continues as does the gravel removal…. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel.
This is what memories are made of…
making sure it’s the right height!!!
It’s wonderful to have the dippers nesting again under the bridge. They have nested under our bridge for as long as I have lived here and we feared that last year’s disruption would have disturbed them… Fortunately they seem to like the new bridge as much as we do.