You can see our house from here.

Another trip up Screel today, it has been yet another glorious day, clear skies, low sunshine and blooming cold.

From the summit here you can see our house, unfortunately you can’t see it in the picture as Paul is stood in front of it. The views are tremendous but I’m sure I said that the last time I posted about this hill too.

The white peaks sticking up behind the Solway Firth there are the Lake District mountains, Paul was drooling, think he would have liked to have been up there though with the ice and snow like it has been they would be a bit serious for me at the moment.

This wee Robin appeared to follow us all the way up and then all the way down, I know it could be that there were a few of them but I like to think he was making friends with us. He sat on the toe of my boot while we were stopped nibbling some chocolate on the way back down. Friendly soul. Friendly or did he have other ideas? Was he and his couple of dozen friends just trying to lull us into a false sense of security with how sweet he looked and then they would lead us of the back of the hill to a chasm where they would gang together and push us over before stealing the remaining chocolate? Who knows what goes on in their heads.
Anyway on a slightly less surreal note I will be without a computer for the next week, so no email, no blog reading, no scrabble! What will I do? The stories being told once the computer returns may be even more surreal as a result of Hannah being left completely to her own devices for a few days. Wait and see.
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7 Responses to You can see our house from here.

  1. Dan Finnegan says:

    By turning my computer to the side and rolling my eyes while squinting I think I can just see around Paul to get a look at your lovely home!Nice photos, Hannah. I'd love to walking Breedin Hill behind Toff's right now.

  2. I'm older than Finnegan, so don't have the flexibility to see around Paul. Damn. Sure does look like a lovely place to live. If cold … I love the view of Solway Firth. Gotta climb that hill with Dee some day.

  3. ang says:

    wow who's pinching your computer…!? you'll probably get heaps done H…see ya in a bit then…

  4. Hannah says:

    Well they're both Paul's computers not mine so he's pinching them both this time, they are going to the computer hospital in sunny snowy Newcastle.Hollis, you are welcome to come and stay here and we'll take you up Screel, can't always promise the clear view but we'll do our best.

  5. what a wonderful view, even without seeing the house.no computer! You will probably get so much done.

  6. Jon Jo says:

    My haven't your legs grown.

  7. paul jessop says:

    Great Views, I Love Robins.

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