From Nottinghamshire to Cumbria

by David Murray on 28 February 2011

in Cumbria, Kendal

The journey up the A1, across the Pennines on the M62 and then north on the M6 to Kendal can scarcely be described as providing the most enjoyable motoring experience.  The combination of the A1 and A66 to Penrith is scarcely better.  However, over the next few weeks whether by one of those routes or across Yorkshire and north via Skipton, Settle and Ingleton, I expect to be doing the journey several times.

This post is really by way of an apology, a warning that there will be less new material arriving on the blog during March as we move ourselves back north and settle into our new Cumbrian home (although actually it’s quite old). I’m not saying that there will be no posts at all, but I suspect that while my hands are busy packing and unpacking hundreds (actually thousands!) of books they’ll not want to be too busy on the keyboard at the end of the day.

So, a slower March is predicted, but then we’ll be marvellously located to continue writing and picturing the North.

In the meantime, here is a photo I took a couple of weeks ago in Kendal – The Bewery Arts Centre.

The Brewery Arts Centre Kendal

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