Post 4 from the Easter trip to the Lake District, so far we’ve had post number 500 which was just out favourite parts of the Lakes having been coming here for 14 years now. Then two posts of big walks, firstly Yewbarrow, Scoat Fell and Haycock, followed by Eagle Crag around to Ullscarf. This walk is another mix of days, the weather continued to stay kind for us, with lots of blue and some nice evening sunset walks. The first batch of pictures are of Tarn Hows, a National Trust spot which is always very, very busy. Either you come here early (before 10.30am) or get persistent/lucky to get a parking spot. We got one through taking our time and some patience. Next up is another evening walk down to Friars Crag and Derwent Water, which is just our go to place to walk off an evening meal. Finally a Latrigg walk in the evening, it had been a few visits since our last walk to Latrigg. We normally pick the Gale Road ascent in an evening, the car park is nearly always empty at that time and the sunsets are always very good, plus its the best view in the Lakes for hardly any effort. And we saw some deer. To be honest I could have put both Tarn Hows and Latrigg in my “500” post as we love both of these places as well (alongside Aira Force) but I have saved them for this one instead alongside some lovely sunshine and clouds.