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May 12, 2013


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claudia w

I wish I was one of your kids. You are making such a wonderful childhood for them!


Our U.S. weather in upper Illinois often seems to mirror yours. Blooms are late here, as well. Thanks for taking us on your woodsy walk and showing us all of the lovely greens!


Wow things have greened up SO nicely in your neck of the woods!!


Oh Lucy, you are so very lucky to live close to the lovely landscape around Bolton Abbey. I first read about Bolton Abbey in your blog and it inspired us to go. We absolutely love going now when we are able too. I love looking at your gorgeous photo's and reading about your lovely days. Thank you for sharing your lovely times with us all xxx


Your photos are just gorgeous, I'm from Australia and One of my dreams is to visit your part of our world... I love the little woodland areas... :)


Lovely! We did that walk last summer when we were staying in Burnsall and your pictures brought back many happy memories.


Beautiful pictures of your walk, I do enjoy reading your out and about posts. The bluebells are so late this year. I saw a few today, just coming out at the woodland in the grounds of a castle in our town, more on that in my next blog post. I was supposed to be off to a wheelchair accessable woodland some mile away today for my birthday adventure, but wasn't well enough to go, so maybe that was a blessing in disguise as fingers crossed by next weekend they'll be out and I be well enough.

Rachael Iddon

Oooh, been amongst the wild garlic myself this weekend. Looks lovely. I've just booked a pitch at Strid Wood Caravan Club park for the Yarndale Weekend. Hope it's a good choice.

Susan Smith

Lovely pics and what a walk. Our violets are just starting to flower, although we've had little rain so far this year in Oz. I picked some a few weeks ago. My bluebells aren't up yet, but muscari and friesias are, and a few daffodils are just poking through.


I was at Bolton Abbey on Friday! We couldn't spend to much time there, but it is a really beautiful place where I will go again as soon as I can with much more time :)
Nice pics by the way

Lluisa x



Oooohhh, Lucy.... I love, love, loooooooooooove your landscapes.... a lovely trees....

Sara Jenkins

Looks and sounds lovely. :)
The bluebells here are in flower but I can't seem to
get a photo which does them justice.
A rare quiet, sport free Sunday here, spent at home
all together.
Have a good week ahead. x

Angela-Southern U.S.A.

All picture postcard worthy!Our violets are spent now,and the roses are starting to bloom.We enjoyed a sunny sunday as well,so nice as you say to spend it with family.


Well Lucy, after Yarndale The Cavendish will be our second priority in September. Hope we can walk from Bolton Abbey CC site as it looks like we will have a lot of calories to walk off. Scrumptious!


The wild garlic reminds me of a trip to Janet's Foss in Malham, the pathway leading through the wood up to the falls is surrounded by it, it's beautiful, loved the fairy tree with the pennies too! I'm sure you have no doubt been there! Lovely blog :)

Trixie Lixie

You were lucky that it wasn't raining! It has rained all day today in Cardiff! Your pictures have really brightened my day thank you x


I always love the bluebell season. One good thing about our bad weather - the bluebell season hasn't passed me by. Maybe this week we will take a trip to our local bluebell woods !! Beautiful photos, as always. Sarah


down south in surrey our bluebells are out. it is beautiful!

Howard's House

Bolton Abbey looks like such a picturesque place. When we next go to Yorkshire I'm going to have to add it to my itinerary…I've been lusting after going for such a long time.

Ali x

Sue Harding

Dreamy pictures - ours is indeed a 'green and pleasant land'! :-)


Sounds like a lovely Sunday! I've been taking pics of wild garlic and bluebells this week, we must be a bit ahead of you here....the garlic is divine isn't it!

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