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August 10, 2009


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Oh thanks for the lovely little woodland trip - and an alternative view of the attic. When I walk on the Devil's Dyke, which begins in our village, I have the same feeling. Wonderful


Awesome! Living in the city becomes sort of a bummer when you see that other people can go to the woods and canals and have sights like that!


Gosh, I think I love where you live, too!


How absolutly beautiful!!!


Now I can explain myself what is your source of peace and inspiration: the good and old NATURE that you can smell it, see it and touch it every moment....That's why you are like HER:good,beautiful,generous.
Everywhere on that earth are still such a beautiful places and people that are living in it seems to have a better way of life...
Unfortunate I live in a big city and only in the summer,from time to time, I spend a few days at my little country house,in my little orchard-garden, in a beautiful hilly region.Every time I come home,in the city,with better thoughts and feelings.
You and your beautiful things shared with us confirmed my view.
Please, excuse my English.I hope that you will read this post and understand me. I'm still waiting new images from "Country Living" and especially the answer of my little question from the post of the "Cranberry and Pecan Tiffin".
All my good thoughts!


What a gorgeous wood and view. How fantastic that such a brilliant walk is so close. You have indeed made me jealous from across the world (wyoming). Just found your blog and am loving it.


What a beautiful mix of nature and human footprints. I'd say that your children are particularly lucky to be growing up amid such splendor ... and open space.

Just seeing your photos makes me believe I've breathed fresh air! xo

The Curious Cat

Oh! One day I'll have a special place too with lots of countryside! You make me jealous - you are very lucky! xxx


Wonderful surroundings! I can really understand your choice of place to live :)


Morning and yet another wonderful insight into your world...thanks for sharing a beautiful spot...feel just the same about the rural and pretty area l live in too it's a 3 mile walk to town through Buntingsdale Hall past a lake and through the trees and farm land...have taken photos of it in all seasons
Isn't the UK a beautiful place
Suz x


how lucky you are, its beautiful
where you live and the view is to die for


hi, Thanks for the glimpse around one of my favourite towns in Yorkshire. We were away last week at another part of the country you love - saw Driftwood cottage - lovely place and great beaches. Although not been commenting for awhile have been keeping up with the Attic goings on - love the big blanket. Are you still doing your crochet workshops?


Jude is right, over here in Australia I'm feeling very envious!!
We have travelled to the UK 6 times now as hubby has family there and I LOVE it!!


Your spot is beautiful! And so are your photos

Have a great week

Anna x


brilliant blog as always and such lovely photos.and i echo the previous comments. thanks Lucy.
Luv Carole from Rossendale xx
ps i think i know the town but not sure & its driving my husband nuts not knowing lol xx


I see you ...



Lucy ~ it looks a really beautiful part of the country to live in. The walk along the canal pathway to the woods looks so lovely :O)


We live in a lovely country, don't we?


If I really, really look hard I'm sure I can see you waving at your attic window. :-) Love your blog Lucy.


Fresh and chewy English green woods. I love it. NZ trees are a deeper more harsh green - not so 'salad' like.




What a wonderful place. I think I would like to live there.


What a beautiful town! You are very lucky.


How wonderful having those woods so close to home and in such a picturesque part of home.
Lisa x


Your hometown really has it all! What a place to live!

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