Whilst we were staying in the Lake District a few weeks ago we drove through the Honister Pass, one of the highest passes in Cumbria. It connects the Buttermere Valley with the eastern end of Borrowdale Valley. There is a slate mine but we didn’t have time to take a tour – just enough time for a quick drink and a look round the cafe/shop/showroom and stone garden.
The little stone garden is most unusual:
and they fly the flag in the cafe:
as well as in words on this slate at the entrance:
For more Saturday Snapshots see Melinda’s blog West Metro Mommy Reads.