Aerobatic display over the lake: Country diary, 8 September 1945

8 September 1945 Few entertainments in country life surpass the sight of gulls wheeling slowly and gracefully over UllswaterPenrith, September 3There are few entertainments in country life to surpass sitting under the wooded Dunmallet Hill at the foot of Ullswater, especially on a summer evening. The steamer Raven is at rest at the Pooley pier, the very picture of laziness. In the Castlesteads opening, leading to the second reach, one discerns the scarlet sails of a yacht as it tacks for the homeward run. Small rowing-boats – some conveying anglers to their fishing grounds, others providing intense enjoyment for holiday-making… Source – Full Article

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