On Sunday, Mary drove us over to the vicinity of the village of Grange-over-Sands, where we started a hike up to Hampsfell Hospice. From there, we hiked down into the village of Cartmel, where we sampled some of their world-famous Sticky Toffee Pudding, and visited a local craft show in progress. Later, Mary drove us to the town of Kendal, where we toured the ruins of Kendal Castle. Then in the evening, we met up with Mary’s Uncle Frank for dinner at The Crooklands Inn in Crooklands.
This is the view looking east from about 550 ft on the hike up to Hampsfell Hospice. The body of water is the mouth of the River Kent, which comes in from the left (north). The buildings down the hill are in the village of Grange-over-Sands. And on the far shore (to the left) is Arnside Point and Arnside Knott (522 ft), which we climbed on Day 3.