A walk in the Howgills

February 16, 2016

Its about time the master got his act together. After weeks and weeks of complaining that it was too wet/too misty/too muddy we at last got out on a proper walk.

It was great (the master used other adjectives which were nice words he never seems to use on me) but a bit nippy on the paws.

The only problem was we did not sop enough for snacks…apparently it was too cold!

Here is the day in pictures although he has added a couple which do not feature me….which is very strange.

The climb up Winder, didn’t seem steep to me

Near Winder

Good views he said, I thought lets get moving

Near 1st summit Winder

Poised for action….this way?

Mist on the Howgills

Come on, stop being so slow

Mist hurrying us up

Now we have stopped, where’s the grub

Summit Calders

He said this was the highest point….so what

Summit of the Calf

‘Admiring the view’ but whats the point

Watching the view

Not really at my best but he looked worse

Hurrying to catch up

Surely we should do this every day

The walk to come on the Howgills ridge


Previous Posts

My summer in photos June 2015

Winter photos of Mist March 2015

An Autumn climb of Crinkle Crags Nov 2014

Summer Days. Sept 2014

10 reasons to walk with a dog – June 2014

A winter of Mist in photos . Apr 2014

Mist on the Galloway Hills. Nov 2013

A Typical Walk with Mist. Sept 2013

Agile Mist & Video . June 2013

Mist of all Seasons. Apr 2013

Mist in the Moors. Dec 2012

Accommodation for Dogs. Sept 2012

Mist in Ullapool. July 2012

Dogs on Leads. May 2012

Mist on the Dales Way. March 2012

Mist, Snow & the Langdales. Feb 2012

Winter Woes Dec 2011

Frollicking Around Eskdale Oct 2011

Mist’s Summer Frolics Sept 2011

Mist Heads North July 2011

Early summer stay in Wasdale. May 2011

Mist & the outdoors in Spring. Apr 2011

Training Mist. Mar 2011

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