Friday, 29 August 2014


Limestone Pavement

The walk up --we usually take the path from the Hawes-Ingleton Road

Ingleborough in the background

Clints and Grykes

Ribbleshead Viaduct further on towards Hawes

Saturday, 23 August 2014

Oyster Catchers

The swales on the fell are now host to many birds and so not only are they attracting wildlife, they are holding the rain water which then sinks down into the water table instead of flowing into the river and creating floods.
The new tenants surveying the swales

So, which one ?
Young trees with guards.

Friday, 8 August 2014

Permaculture students

This week, 20 students for 12 days have been lucky to have had good weather as the dining room is outside and has a tarp canopy overhead in case it rains
The pizza oven built on a previous occasion

Washing up is done outside

Rod next to the "encampment"

Students working on a project

Adam (middle) teaching basic carpentry
Discussing projects under the main berber

Thanks for the photo everyone! Alan (right) is another teacher

inside the study centre another group in discussion on their project

Sunday, 3 August 2014

The "Slug Predator" in the poly tunnel is used to having it's photo taken!!


as a

slow worm
...can be

in a warm place out of the rain and place like a poly tunnel!