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May 18, 2014


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What a wonderful outing! Rainy here in Georgia US.


Lovely, we have just a little too much sun today, in nederland.
Wonderful blogs.


Lovely lovely zesty Spring greens, we made to a bluebell woods a couple of weekss ago, so magical
Clare x


What lovely spring photographs, haven't we had the most beautiful weather these past few days?! x


Reminds me of The Wind in the Willows. Mole left off Spring Cleaning and went off on a Spring Adventure instead.


Lovely! We had our first BBQ of the year today - it has been beautiful down here in the Midlands too. I spent a large part of the day sat at the garden table, playing with mandala stitches and colours!

Susan Smith

Absolutely beautiful. Must remember that walk for when we come to UK again. I love the area around Bolton Abbey, so it would be great. Take care.


Thank you for sharing your walk with us, it's a beautiful place you've been! Love, Barbara


It all looks so perfectly lush and green. I haven't been to Bolton Abbey since last autumn, I do wish we lived nearer. It's one of my favourite places. Looks like a lovely walk. x

Anne Bebbington

Strid Woods in glorious sunshine - nowhere more beautiful in the entire world - thank you so much for sharing


Oh that early summer green, it's perfect, it always takes my breath away. Beautiful photos, I remember seeing this lovely place on your blog before, such a good place for some outdoor fun. I hope you and yours have a lovely week Lucy. CJ xx


You're so lucky that you still have bluebells. Ours are all over now, down south in Hampshire. We went walking this evening, with the collies, and those greens were amazing. I feel a green quilt coming on!


So envious of the wild garlic - ours ended before I had the chance to make my favourite wild garlic pesto. Am heading north tomorrow in the hope that it's a little later. Beautiful photos as always! Love the places you live near.


This was a lovely way to start my day today. Thank you Lucy. The only place I can think that I have walked such a beautiful track like this one would have to be in Cradle Mountain, Tasmania many moons ago. You are so lucky to have such beauty at your doorstep.


I love that walk by The Strid and the view of the Abbey, lovely pictures. Reminds me I need to get up there again soon x

Jan A

Hi Lucy your pictures are wonderful! It looks like you had a really lovely day. Hope you don't mind but thought you might like to know that I think the mouse you saw was actually a bank or water vole! It's difficult to tell without knowing the size but you were very lucky. Have sent the picture to a friend. Will let you know what he thinks.

Ana Paula Camargo Lazzarotto

Beautiful place...beautiful post!!!

Trillian Locke

It makes my heart squeeze too Lucy. Such a beautiful place and the fresh green is one of my favourite things about UK. The bluebells too. Here in NZ I am enjoying the Autumn colour just outside my window where I am laid up with my knee injury. I have now done the other knee too.BUGGER!! I hope you have got my messages to say I won't be there for the workshop 7th June but I am still hoping to make Yarndale. Blessings, Trills.xx


Absolutely beautiful Lucy. I totally love that shade of limey green. Did you know that green represents the colour of mercy? Such beautiful pictures and stunning setting. Thanks for sharing.

Sigi G

Thank You for the beautiful and relaxing pictures. Funny how we never tire of the greens in grass/trees etc. or the different colors in trails and water scenes.

Tabitha Rex

What a beautiful day & outing. I so wish I lived there. =)


Oh, those yummy looking coffees or a milkshake before noon - it would have been hard to decide! Finding that little mouse was a fun discovery! What a lovely ramble in the woods - look like a perfect morning.

Lucie Drlet

C'est tellement beau! Sweet, very sweet spring!


Hola mi nombre es Ariadna te saludo desde Argentina, un placer pasear por tu Blog, Hermosas las fotografías, excelentes trabajos a crochet.


Amazing places,Amazing pictures!

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