Today was one of those less than perfect days for filming, wet with the forecast to become windy later!!!! (Not good, if the camera isn't designed for underwater film making). We spent the morning in the National Trust car park at the New Dungeon Ghyll in Langdale. The team felt it was important to encourage safety awareness after a spate of serious accidents last winter due to lack of experience and the right equipment. The idea was to encourage the less experienced hill goers to be prepared for poor conditions in the hills. Having the right equipment and knowing how to use it is a clear message that will hopefully save lives this winter.
BBC North West and Border TV where also out filming. I managed to avoid being on camera.
For more information about the search dogs go to the website http://www.sardalakes.org.uk/
and the team http://www.lamrt.org.uk/
P.s The camera survived.