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May 06, 2012

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Catherinebis

Very beautiful !

Trish Thornhill

The photos are amazing you have had some great weather, how do I follow your blog?? Or and add you to the Dovercourt quilters blog, we are a group of ladies who quilt and crochet.
Thank you Trish

Little Blue Elephant

Beautiful photos! We went to Middleton Woods at Ilkley yesterday and the bluebells were gorgeous there too. I hope this means that we are definitely in Spring!

Taylor

Two beautiful posts!!! I love all the natural beauty that you get to enjoy! What a great time to spend with your family.

Maria at inredningsvis.se

LOVELY PICS:) I really like your blog and I want to follow, do you have twitter or FB??

If you want some swedish decor inspiration, you can check out my blog:)
Have a great week.

LOVE Maria at inredningsvis.se
(Sweden)

orangecannelle

Gosh you do have those lovely flowers aplenty in your little part of England,aren't you lucky ! I'd like to see such a carpet of blue where I live in France ( those flowers that you can see in the film "Bright stars". and I'm always trying to find out where I should go in England if I want to see them, though I generally go in Summer )
BEAUTIFUL and restful, and inspiring, Thnak you Lucy
XX,
Nicole

Fleur Cotton

What a lovely post Lucy, and what a great idea, I', looking forward to your next instalment...will it be 37 minutes? (I presume you are counting down!)

If you have any minutes left in your day, you would be so welcome at my blog, as I have a great giveaway at the moment. Pop by anytime xx

Fleur xx

Rose-Marguerite

It seems to be a nice wood to have a walk. Your pictures are wonderful. I love bluebells and they remind me a lovely picture from the film "Bright Star". Thank you!

angela-southern USA

Another glorious day I see.Thanks for sharing:)

jeannette

1.
i can almost feel, as i go through your year and all your weathers, the elation of your early sunworshippers and their will to build summer solstice circles when, as in these pix, the SUN FINALLY COMES BACK OUT.

2.
bluebells, oh.

3.
i know the palette of your heart is different, or complimentary, but the bluebells and that mossy stone wall are colorways TO DIE FOR.

thank you so much. sumer is a cumin in. lhude sing cuckoo.

Kirsty

Wow, what a beautiful place to go for a walk! Your photos are gorgeous.

Cornelle

Beautiful! Forest walks really fed my soul. I wish I could live where you do!

Debbie

What a beautiful place! We hoped to go and drive around in Kent to see the bluebells this weekend, but the fates conspired against us - grey skies, rain and my husband being entrenched in a 4000 word essay due tomorrow. Maybe next week!

Julie

I'm under the snuggly blanket with a cold, thanks for brightening my day with your lovely outdoorsy post,.

maypole

I LOVE THE DRY STONE WALL! beautiful photos as ever

joZarty

I really enjoyed my mini tours through your walks and you have a lovely way of looking and seeing so much that others would overlook and miss. Great photos!
JoZarty x

Carol

Just beautiful, bluebell woods are such special, magical places. Did the fairies come out to entertain you?
Carol xx

Fée-ronique

Lovely weekend walks! C'est tres joli :-)

Bonnie

Another gorgeous post! I was a little too late to see the bluebells in full bloom when I went to England in May of 2009, but we did happen to stumble upon a little glade that was still flowering in full force in a forest in the peak district. It is truly something spectacular and wonderful to behold for anybody having seen it for the first time!

Helen

Wow, its a long time since I went to Bolton Abbey - I moved away from TROY (The Republic Of Yorkshire) 8 years ago, although I do come back on a visitors visa now and again!

I remember taking my eldest son (now nearly 20) on his 3rd birthday to Bolton Abbey - he had his first ever 2 wheeled bike and had a whale of a time. He still remembers it really clearly and says it was his best ever birthday.

Hope you have a wonderful Bank Holiday!

Helenxx

PS no walks for us today - we are decorating the kitchen! But Im enjoying dreaming about all the little hand-made touches I can add to it when its all done...

Libby

So jealous. I still remember in great detail our trip there in July 2010 - after seeing all your photos here. Definitely a very special part of the world.

Libby (in Australia)

Jacquie

Hi Lucy, just been catching up with these last two posts......didn't notice them last night.
Just stunning !! I LOVE this time of year so much .Can't wait for the weekend :0)
Jacquie x
p.s. love the red polka dot bag.

Sonia

Wonderful !

hindustanka.blogspot.com

I read about your 41 minutes yesterday. I must say that these 39 minutes were not less nice. You live in a very beautiful place :) We used to have fern at home, so I remember how it was rolling out new leave, just like in your picture.
Have a nice week ahead!

Marleen

You live on a lovely place on earth.Wonderful to walk with you.

have a nice day, Marleen

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