A perfect weekend of walking in dream-like conditions with brother Phil, cousin Adrian and five otherlucky people. Can’t wait til next year! Day one; Carneddau – including the second highest point in Wales, Day 2; Moel Siabod and a good ridge and great views of all the 3,000 footers from the summit.
A lovely three days in a shared cottage near to Montgomery. Brilliant time from start to finish. Can’t wait ’til next year.
Just hanging about the house – including a few shots to see the slow but sure progress on the work there. Lily loves to bounce. It’s plain to see.Â I sort of know what she means – you forget what fun it all is when you grow up.
A family Christmas with Katie’s family.
A trip on the Santa Special train with Grace, and a few update piccies of the progress on the house. Plus general being silly photos.
A few photos from a day out to buy Lily’s first clogs from THE clog factory in Mytholmroyd. Plus one of Olly (Lily’s cousin) and a strange pair of spectacles. A lovely family day out.
Bonfire night at Ingleton. Lily’s first bonfire – she loved it. Great fireworks display, too.Â Things like this gather momentum each year and it was Lily’s first ‘big’ bonfire night.
Some latest photos of the house progressing: Windows went in on 4th November. Roof slated at front but more to do at rear and lower floors.Â It’s dragging on a bit but then at times it seems to gallop ahead.
A trip to the zoo for the Haygarths and the Pixtons.Â Lovely bit of fun and a pretty quiet zoo in term time!!
A great party at James and Katy’s to celebrate Maisy’s baptism and to say farewell to them before they pack their bags for Oz.
The in-laws have put a load of piccies online. Some lovely ones, including this one of my thuggish daughter. Click here to see them.
Oh, and by the way, there’s some more photos of the Haygarths here, including some ones of our ‘holidays from home’ to the seaside and Lily’s third birthday.
Family picnic in Barbondale with Phil, Anne and family. Chance to meet the six week old Helen Haygarth for the first time.Â Great to catch up.