From our hotel, we walked to Keswick port where we caught the ferry to Hawse Landing to begin the ascent to Cat Bells.
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Samuel Johnson wrote Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia in the 18th century and I read it in college in the 20th (it’s where we get the word serendipity from). The grave of Rasselas, native of Abyssinia is in the churchyard of the 15th century St Martin’s church in Bowness. Lovely weather brought the tourists out in the pier area. Click any image to see them each enlarged to full size.
I’m assuming this is the Serpentine. Read the full story of these Kodachrome slides of my father’s restoration here.