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September 26, 2012

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susanc

Gorgeous post!

Mandy

It's so lovely to have you back from your wee break...I really missed your blogs and photos and hookieness and general chit chat. It makes me smile. Mx

Flick

Beautiful photos Lucy!

5ladybird lane

One benefit of all the rain we've had is that when its fine we all want to rush out and enjoy it. Your photos look great. Fingers crossed for more fine weather!!! Sarah

tammy

beautiful pictures!

louise

It is a lovely patch of home. I've visited your town a few time as my OH's dad lives not too far away and I always enjoy it!

We had the first frost here (south peak district) on Saturday too. The first frost last year was 19th October!

Nicky

Oooh frost already?...does that mean a harder winter I wonder {more snow? Fingers crossed!}
Nicky
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Lisa Minton

I felt as if i was on your lovely walk with you! Thanks so much for sharing!

Ada Bea

Thank you for taking me on such a beautiful walk! Ada :)

Teresa Kasner

Oh Lucy, what a sweet and lovely post.. I loved all the frosty photos and the canal boats.. having lived on a sailboat, I can just imagine the cozy interiors with little wood-stoves warming them. And to bring it all home at the end.. just sweet. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Marilyn

Just plain beautiful!
How fortunate you are to live in such beauty.

Penny L

Lovely!! I was at Eype yesterday, the waves were splashing on the pebbles with vengeance. I thought of you Lucy! Penny L xx

anne@andamento

Lovely photos, I especially like the canal shots. We've had frosts here too, I like frosty September mornings that turn into beautiful clear sunny days. More of them please!

Jacqui

Wow, frost already!? It does look like a lovely area to live, and the canal looks beautiful with the reflections in the clear, still water.

eskimo*rose

What gorgeous autumn weather, my favourite type of weather actually, there's nothing like the warm low light of autumn and that cool bite in the air - an excuse to layer up in lots of lovely woolly-wear! I can't wait to get up to Leeds to see my mum at halfterm, hope the weather is good then, we aren't usually that lucky though ... my son is 9 now and he seriously thinks it always rains oop north!!
Lovely to see you back in action by-the-way! Em xx

Lisa

wow. that was transporting. a lot different than the weather in new orleans. we are still muggy and in the high 80's F.
wish i were there!
i wanna live on one of those boats!

lisaj

ramthuntm11

Hi Lucy...all I can say is that I cannot wait to read your posts and look at your pics...makes me feel really good...thanks, tina in Michigan

Rosanne (USA_

I don't live there and I love it too!! Gorgeous photos. So glad you are home - it's the selfish part of me talking because I so enjoy your posts.

Marian

If you keep writing posts like this you might end up with a lot of new neighbors :-)...we'll all want to move there!! Beautiful pictures! It reminds me of growing up in Norway. Not a whole lot of frost here is Southern Texas at this time!

Serena

You certainly do have your own slice of Heaven on Earth, Lucy! I would LOVE to live there myself. Beautiful images...LOVE the canal! I have an artist friend who lives and works on a narrow boat near London. I love to read of their (she and her hubby) travels through the locks and stopping at little villages along the way. At this point in time, they are near Barbridge/Nantwich. It sounds wonderful!

Enjoy the rest of your week ~ :)

Adaliza

Frost in September - so unusual. It's been slightly chilly here in the South, but no frosts yet - just rain, rain, rain for the last couple of days. I wore a cardi to work today for the first time - and a scarf - yeah, I love Autumn!

Carrie

lovely pictures and words, very evocative x

Thistle

I feel the same way about where I live. Yesterday there was a double rainbow in the sky above my house. Isn't a wonderful feeling? It's such a sense of ease, comfort and warmth when you truly love your surroundings.

Kate

Leaves turning- but no frost yet. We've had night temperatures of 5 degrees every month this year- even July and August it dipped down to 5 on the North side of the house overnight a couple of times.Brrrrr!

Ellie

amazing! We had a very wet weekend down here. So funny to see the clarity in your photos just a few hours away.
Have a good week.
Ellie
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