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May 06, 2012


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Also beautiful, love the garlic, the bluebells, the moss on the wall and the fern that's ready to unfurl.

Thanks for taking us along!




How lovely! And what good weather we're having for the bank holiday.

I'm reading a correspondance book by The Dutchess of D, (nee Deborah Mitford) where Bolton Abbey has been mentioned a few times today, I love funny coincidences like this! Nice to see some of where I'm reading about. Thank you Lucy.

Deco Cat

What stunning pictures, nature is just wonderful and so inspiring!

Kate Dengra

lovely photos - it is Spanish mother's day here so feliz dia de la madre to everyone xxx


Gorgeous! Looks like a beautiful day...



I loved both today's and yesterday's posts the way you count the minutes and show us pics.AriadnefromGreece!


Love Bluebells and unfurling throngs of fern! Lovely photos - thanks for sharing!


Oh, you're killing me with these fairy-tale forest scenes! The wilderness is just not so charming in America... here there be monsters!


Your photos are so amazing and the scenes so idyllic that I wish I could just climb into to them and enjoy them in person. The woods near us are much denser, like something out of Twilight. Not somewhere you would go for a pleasant walk. Thank you for sharing.


You make me want to live where you do


What a lovely walk, more beautiful photo's Lucy, I love bluebells so pretty :)


I've just been visiting for the first time (all the way from Australia) - You see I went seaching cyberspace for that lovely crocheted bag you made & also put up instruction for..... thankyou, I plan to make one & will post it on my blog once done. Your photos are wonderful, & I checked out the previous walk you did (apparently we have the same rubbish bins here in Australia LOL!!) I will be dropping by again and invite you to come see me in blogland if you would like www.countryfragrance.blogspot.com




Hi - I nominated your great blog for a 'versatile blogger award'. Please pop over and visit, for details. Love, Chris



Lovely! Me and my family had a similar walk today in a bluebell wood as well! I just love bluebells and I have to go for a bluebell walk every year on my birthday weekend! It's become a tradition!


Where are you getting your sunshine from? And can we have some please?

Sibyl (from rainy sussex)

ellen kelley

Two, two beautiful walks for me today compliments of Attic 24.
Thank you for taking us along.


Hello, I live in Brazil and I understand very little English ... The translator is very useful ..
I would just like to congratulate your work ... very beautiful.
I am also a mother of two girls and I dedicate my time solely to my family.

Sandra Licher

Wonderful and beautiful! You live in a gorgeous place and even though I can't see much of little B...it seems likes he's growing up a bit too fast! LOL! Where was the coffee and sweet breakfast? I missed it! But you'd be proud of me because I made my second lemon drizzle cake today only I did not have any lemons so I tried oranges instead to see....I haven't tasted it yet...I'll let you know but I'm sure lemon would still be my favorite. Have a great rest of the day with your family.


The colours seem to be really intense this Spring- fabbo.


Isn't it green! I haven't wondered what a bluebell looked like and now I know.


What a perfect little adventure!


The bluebells are out here, too. Great Britain and Seattle are on a similar latitude so that really does make sense. So beautiful!


What a gorgeous little walk you had! It was so rainy here this weekend that would be out of the question. Thanks for sharing such lovely photos.

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