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October 30, 2013

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Nanita

Such beautiful woods you have in your surroundings, lucky you! Woodland walking is definitely my favourite :-) xxxx

Jen

Oooooh... those colours are just stunning, aren't they? The azure blue river through those yellow-orange leaves... delicious! Some of us down South got off very lightly... just a long power cut for us. But it's astounded me the damage a short spell of wind has done to some lives.

maypole

Isn't nature wonderful, beautiful colours x

Sara Jenkins

The colours looked lovely. I hope it stays nice for the weekend. I'm back in the office today. I fancy a walk scrunching through Autumn leaves.
Hope you all enjoy the rest if half term. X

CJ

I know what you mean about woodland walking. It's very different from that open walking with views. But like you say, enjoyable anyway. Mine complain for a bit too, but once they are there they really love it. I may enforce a bit of enjoyment this morning, while the weather is fine.

Susan House

Absolutely beautiful !!

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justpootling.blogspot.co.uk

Beautiful pictures Lucy - makes me really want to invest in a better camera - my phone pics just don't cut it !
Happy Autumn
Kate x

Jo Roberts

Great pics, We are heading out to Cardingmill valley today in the Shropshire hills but mine are still young enough to be excited by the prospect! Jo x

Sometimes Saintly NIck

Delightful! Isn't autumn great?

Patchworkfairy

Our three would complain too when we dragged them out to Wales for long walks even though they loved it when they were there - specially when they had their own picnic in their little rucsacs! Now as adults they all enjoy walking in countryside as a leisure choice and we are enjoying it all over again with the grandchildren too!

Ligia Seabra

What a lovely woods! I love your pictures, it's like I'm walking beside you. The colours are amazing!

Mary

Oh my word, give me woods any day! How beautiful! Lucy, I have to say; it looks exactly like talking a woodland walk here in Maine!!! Beautiful! But, I understand you're being out in the open too. After a trip to Montana out west many years ago, I can appreciate big open spaces! I just love nature! Have a wonderful autumn day.
:-)
Mary, the Maine USA lady

Carole Williamson

What a gorgeous golden autumnal post Lucy
Love from Carole xxxx

Jacquie

Hi Lucy, glad you are getting chance to enjoy the outdoors together this week. I do love a walk in the woods but like you a climb and a stunning view is my absolute favourite thing. There aren't many hills around here so I was thrilled to find Dovedale which is only an hours drive....but I think it will be a while before I can convince the boys to go back.
Shame we can't go walking together.
Jacquie x

Anne Marie

Your little people will appreciate you having taken them out when they get older, the seeds will have been sown.

Lovely pictures, colours and feelings.

Jenny

I am the opposite. I dislike walking in wide open barren empty spaces, I find it far too bleak for me. Where wooded areas are 'my' place. I couldn't live without trees. I love everything about the woods, the crunchy leaves, the squelchy-ness of them in the damp weather, the peeking squirrels, the wildness and hiddenness of it all. I was made to walk 8 miles or more regularly by my parents as a child in all weathers and was told how lucky I was to be taken to so many places, yet I didn't like it at all. I stopped for years and only started appreciating going for a walk, my way, many years later. I didn't actually like being outdoors as a child as I liked to be snug and cosy reading or drawing or making things. Being turfed out to play on a nasty cold day really upset me!

Interestingly my daughter who never had to go anywhere she didn't want to, loved going for long country walks and still does.

Rita

Tragic for the friends and families of those who were lost in the storm. I have an idea of that sort of weather as I live near the coast in North Carolina, US. God bless them. Lucy, you are so blessed to live where you do. You have a bit of all good things there! Thank you for sharing your walk :0). PS-And I'm glad you and your family were spared any ill effects of the storm, you are all in my prayers every night.

Clare

Aww that was just lovely thanks fore sharing, just posted about the storm yesterday, seven miles from us winds of 105miles per hour were recorded in the the channel. eek
Clare x

Mónica

Triste lo de la tormenta :(
Hermoso paseo, gracias por compartirlo.

Angela-Southern USA

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! The kids may moan now, but they will remember it fondly later. You're giving them a love of nature, they'll be grateful for later. Our leaves are reaching their peak, I will so miss them when they're gone. You're so lucky to have paths to stroll on, here, when you walk in the woods you find/make your own path. lol

Pat Wilkinson

The woodlands where you take your walks are so beautiful, and the colours! the lime greens and yellowy greens with hits of red just peaking through ~ just gorgeous ~
Pat in South Africa

Margaret Rekers

The autumn woods look wonderful on your pictures.

Love, Margaret

Pat

Thank you so much, as always, for the glorious pics. Such a beautiful area of England. So relieved you and your family...and Skipton...we're spared the ravages of the storm. Our hearts go out to those who were not spared. Eerily it was the one year anniversary yesterday of our area getting hit by Superstorm Sandy. While we came through okay millions did not. xo

Petra Hodge

It looks absolutely beautiful! Love the green,the trees all nature in its glory! X

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