The Blog: What’s happening at Ross Bay?

Roxey our little cocker spaniel enjoying the view.

A lovely walk over the hill and down to the sea is sometimes all you need for a recharge – Roxey enjoyed stopping to take in the view, unless it was a deer she had spotted!

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Red sky at night…….

……..shepherds delight as they say, well we are certainly due some nice weather, and nice it has been so far in May. Long may it continue. Beautiful sunny days and gentle tides, all gives a relaxing feeling of summer!!

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Smile………………..

Well Spring, if you can call it that has been a really tough time down here and for many farmers. The true risk of farming is always the weather. We have had freezing temperatures followed by rain, wind, drizzle, mist and warmth. Its easy for us to take a coat off or put a scarf

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Sitting pretty.

Remember a stay here and sitting on the bench, looking out over Ross Bay to the beautiful Lake District. Listening to the tide ebb and flow, listening to the birds sing, watching for the deer passing by, waiting for the basking seals on the rocks, hearing the engine of the fishing boats echo before they

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What a view.

Well for February the weather is lovely, sunshine and dryness, I am sure we will have to pay for it later in the year. Its still a little chilly but thought I would have 10 minutes out with the camera – its so photogenic here at Ross.

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Just sitting…………….

Down here at Ross Bay, we can always be too busy working to sit and watch what is going on and have a listen to the birds or hear absolutely nothing and see nobody. The snowdrops are now out, the daffodils pushing up ready to make an appearance when the weather warms up. The cordylines

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Wonderful skies.

We really to have some great sunrises down here at Ross Bay. The colours are so vivid, and change quite quickly. Our sunsets are amazing too along with the dark skies, so much to see and …… all so natural.

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High tides.

Although we missed the snow here at Ross Bay, we have had some high tides which have washed up some seaweed and debris further around the bay. The high tides and windy weather are great to watch from a toasty warm cottage. You can sometimes hear the sea roaring over at Fauldbog bay, it certainly

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Frosty December.

We are having some lovely frosty weather down here at Ross Bay. Minus 3 being the lowest temperature which is usually a couple of degrees warmer than in the town.  Cold air and lovely walks are in abundance so lets enjoy it.

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Sunrise at Ross Bay in November.

Its a great feeling waking up to a sunrise like this in November I have to say.  Its pleasant heading off to feed the cows, take the dogs out, feed the horses, geese, hens etc, and go around the fields and round the sheep on the quad bike but…………I think its more pleasant waking up

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