Many people, both from overseas and the UK itself, visit the Lake District on their holidays - but I was lucky enough to live there for almost five years. It's a place that is very special to me.
It was inevitable that I would revisit the place on my recent return to the UK.
One late morning we went for a walk along the bottom of Langdale - a very well known glacial valley near the tourist heart of The Lakes. Many years ago, I used to take school groups walking in this area and while its not back of the hand territory, it was (and still is) very familiar.
We walked slowly and talked and talked with a friend we had not seen in many years. We eat chocolate, Eccles Cakes, but no flask coffee.
I miss the place.
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