Lake District and a Lumpy Head!


So last weekend was my brother’s birthday and he decided that it would be nice if all the family could go away somewhere to celebrate. Unfortunately Mr. KCACOUK had to work so it was just me and Little G along with my mum, dad, brother and his girlfriend that set off in convoy up to The Lake District

The Lake District, if you are not familiar, is England’s largest National Park and is home to Scafell Pike, England’s highest mountain.  It’s really is a beautiful place with stunning scenery.

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These photos were taken at one of the places we visited called Tarn Hows.  It’s a big stretch of water which we walked the 1¾ miles around in at times rather inclement weather!  Poor Little G was carried around at least half though as it was a bit far for her little legs. However she did enjoy the opening and shutting the gates for us all.

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On Saturday morning it was time to pack up and move to another B&B  near Ulverston  but not before me and a low ceiling had abit of a falling out.  I walked smack bang into it and hit my head very hard indeed to which I have not yet fully recovered (though a trip to Accident & Emergency on Monday morning has given me a general ‘all clear)’.  Unfortunately the rest of the holiday after that was a bit of a blur as my head was full of cotton wool and aching terribly, but my family rallied round so Little G had a very good time! 

End Note: This week I’ve been taking things slowly as my head still hurts but hopefully I am on the mend! 

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