A nice drive through some wonderful rolling hills, with some being in full bloom, and others of bright green grass, that the sheep keep cut short…it looks like a golf course as far as you can see. As we got closer to the coast, we started to see large forests that were planted about 20 years ago, and are looking good. It is amazing, that other than those, we have seen very little of any type of “forest” in Great Britain or The Netherlands. As we pulled into Carlisle, we found our campground right away. After we paid for our nights stay, we headed off to get some groceries. The young lady at the campgrounds told us how two get to the store (about 2 miles away). No problem getting there, but we had a lot of daylight left, and there was a castle in Carlisle that we wanted to see. We followed the signs and found our parking spot. A look around the grounds and up on the walls, gave us a good over-view, and not much else to see, so we walked into town to see a cathedral and then back to van. As we drove back to the campground, we followed the signs as we did coming in, (we know were right), but they lead us astray. We were lost, hopefully lost, and tired…why now ??? We tried one freeway off ramp, and we tried another, we traveled 5 miles up, and we traveled 5 miles down…were are we camped ??? If we hadn’t paid for the nights stay, we would have been on our way, but we had paid… finally, we found the right off ramp and the right campground…tell me, who gets lost more than we do ??? Tomorrow….the Irish Sea coast and then into the “Lakes District”.