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Sunday, October 11, 2009

Day 3: Lake District and Dove Cottage

On September 23rd we went to William Wordsworth's Dove Cottage. He was born in the Lake District in 1770 and the district had a profound impact on his life and poetry. We then went on a beautiful drive around the Lake District- where it was pretty for awhile until Tony our coach driver took us on a little road and we all got coach sick! That night we stayed on Ambleside.
Jenny and I outside the cottageIn the gardenAfter the Dove Cottage Jenny and I walked around Ambleside and ate at Bizzy Lizzy's! It really looked promising... we decided to get potato broccoli cheese soup because it was so cold and sounded really good.... unfortunately what we got was weird pureed pea green mush!
I shall call this "Contemplation"
I shall call this "Determination"
*Model: Jennifer Christensen

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful pictures and what a charming romantic place.. The old stone works just amazes me too! Good Lake District Cottage and nice informative articles.


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