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February 28, 2012


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wow, that is certainly impressive - and as you say, great for getting some perspective. Glad you had a lovely day out with your boys :-)


Hi Lucy, It looks like a beautiful village, quintessentially English! xxBrenda

Trudy McLauchlan

Lucy, what a stunning part of the world! You are so very lucky to be able to jump in the car and have such a lovely day out. Thanks for sharing.


Amazing pics Lucy, I read your blog on Flipboard now and the title picture of the cove is worthy of National Geographic. Fabulous!


Dear amiga Lucy, That is a magnificent view! Yes,Spring is going to be good. No matter how long the winter, Spring is sure to follow...the Spring's sweet cantata. :o)
Take care. Hasta Pronto,
Gloria x

Fleur Cotton

Looks like a good day had by all then!

Always nice to have a day out together when everyone else is at work, it feels a little bit of a special treat when my other other half is off in the week and we go somewhere a bit different.

Beautiful pictures as always.
Fleur xx


Well, COR!


There is so much beuty in your blog, it has an healing energy.


It's so nice to get out and about every now and then, isn't it. Especially out into PROPER countryside. Beautiful photos by the way! Alice :)


I think you live in one of the most beautiful areas of the world. Thank you for sharing your photos! Wish I could be there in person to see it.

Sarah west mids uk

Dear Lucy I saw this on TV last Thursday evening with a man climbing the wall! Julia Bradbury and Matt Baker exploring the Geology of Britian with Yorkshire being the focus. Your photos are really smashing!! xx

Rachael Iddon

It's years since I've been to Malham, at least 20, probably more. I seem to remember it was pouring with rain, there were ducks wandering around the village and I'd recently had a very big tooth out. What a strange memory. Perhaps it's time to revisit. Glad you had a nice day out. I bet your other little people wished they could have gone.


We just did the Malham Cove walk over the Christmas Holidays while we were in England visiting family. It is one of our favorites, along with the Strid and pretty much anywhere in the Dales and Lakes. Thanks for bringing me back there again!


Barren but lush at the same time - It looks exactly that. What an amazing place. I would love to come to Yorkshire. You sell it well! Hope the fresh air did J some good. Sarah in Brighton x


What a truly beautiful place. I would, of course, prefer to be able to experience it for myself, but I appreciate your sharing of your walk so I could have a lovely armchair travel experience.


Thanks for a glimpse of your part of the world. It's truly beautiful and I feel as though I've been there myself!


Thank you for that lovely little visit out! I feel like I've been somewhere. What an incredible stone formation!


Great place! my favorite photo is IMG_3529 it includes everything and has a very nice composition to it.
Thank you for sharing your nice moments.


What a lovely part of the country! Thanks for taking us along with you.
(I'm also enjoying the BBC series, Edwardian Farm, which is being shown on television here in my part of Canada.)


Very pretty Lucy, thanks for sharing!!
I hope you guys had a grand time!

kim scarnavacco

I really loved this post - what a beautiful area.


Such goodness. What lovely sites. Thanks for sharing. I could picture myself there and smelling the good damp air. I hope there was a nice luncheon treat afterwards.


Absolutely beautiful Lucy! I feel like I just went on vacation with your family - the photos and scenery are spectacular!! Thank you so much for sharing -


I love the mossy wall photo. Moss is amazing is really amazing isn't it? thanks.


It is always pure joy stopping by to see what your up to. Today I so appreciate you taking me and your other readers on such a beautiful walk.

blessings, jilly

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