1st November -- Kendal
Weather mainly misty but with some lovely autumn colours

The 'B-' group walk started just south of Sizergh Castle and followed the main club walk route along Scout Scar , There meeting up with the 'B' walk and allowing them to share our lunch stop, Then onto Cunswick Scar and Scar Head, with views "as far as the eye could see" (ie not very far), before the turn to Kendal and back via the golf course, Kettlewell Crag and the Fell, and then into town for refreshments at the Shakespeare Inn.
Meeting in the mist
Scout Scar shelter

The C walk started at Levens Hall and went through the deer park to Sizergh Castle then up a gradual ascent to Helsington Barrows and Scout Scar where the mist defeated the views of the lakeland fells and Morecambe Bay. Cutting off to the old Kendal Race course and finishing with a riverside walk into Kendal.
National Trust goodies One of Tolkien's ents?
St John's Helsington
Nearly there

The A walk started at Levens Bridge on A6 (as did the B+) and headed over Oxenholm and in to Kendal by the castle.
As and B+s set off
B party in the distance
Autumn Walk Stag..
..and herd Levens Deer Park
A people
Lovely Jubbly Shaun goes underground
Leafy walk Autumn canal
Lin & Tony Swan
Missed! Swan family
The Cow & Swan Swans heading to bridge
Glorious Autumn
Peasey Beck
Loose Women
Hiya Queen Leafy window
Oh no, a hill! Trigg of the day

Linear walk getting off with A walkers and heading through Levens Hall Deer Park, then past Sizergh Castle and onto Scout & Cunswick Scars for good views, ending up going into Kendal via Kendal Fell & the golf course and a final riverside walk to the coach park. >
The black fallow deer in Levens Hall deer park The group well spread out in the mist
The salmon ladder on the River Kent Two stragglers.

And finally...
Two pints and a white wine chaser - that should do it!

Photos by Derek Hesketh, Bob Jackson, Phil Cunningham, Sue Lewis and David Whitehurst