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June 04, 2013

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heidi

So lovely, I can understand your excitement completely!! All that beautiful shades of green and then those soft colours of the flowers... I can't seem to stop wonder about nature also in this time of year, and love to sit in my little garden on those sunny springdays. Come over to visit me and see my new crocheted http://heidiovergaauw.blogspot.nl/2013/05/kitsch-kussen-af.html garden pillow with granny-rose colourbursted squares....!

Spikeabell

Hello Lucy,

I love seeing your rambles through English woods, makes me quite home sick.

I wondered with all your family adventuring if you had come across 'geocaching'? http://www.geocaching.com/
It's sort of a form of rambling combined with hide and seek /treasure hunting with GPS. A 'cache' is logged on the website (and there are thousands) with co-ordinates. Places are chosen to share beautiful views, interesting points of history etc, you find the 'Cache' fill out the log book, maybe swap a small 'treasure'.

Love the blog, as always.

Spike

Emily Clark

I love your visits to Bolton Abbey...I'm beginning to feel like I've been there myself. ;) Your pictures are stunning!
My Littles would love a trip to the attic at Buffers, and I wouldn't mind a visit myself.

Marylin

I would just luv to visit the UK...I'm enamoured of it completely! I live on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada I really enjoy your photo outings as well. I have a small stack of granny bunting ready to go & methinks I'll make some to string on my patio. Hugs, MO

Rose

I have never before heard the words "bluebells" and "garlic" in the same sentence. :) Lovely pix.

The House of Jones

What a lovely day and gorgeous photos! Love the pictures of the bluebells - I've not seen a single one this year :(
I'm guessing your littlies won't forget about Buffers next time you suggest going! Looks wonderful!
Jones x

Sara Jenkins

I shall be so glad when my little mans exams have finished. We can then go out again! That looked a lovely walk. The light at the moment is glorious. :) x

Rachael Iddon

Oh my goodness, what a cafe. My Biggest Boy would have loved that a few years ago (actually, he probably still would). I wondered if you were going to visit the Bolton and Embsay Railway when the title said Buffers. It's pretty expensive there though isn't it? Well, it was when we went for a 'Day out with Thomas' a few years ago. P.S. If you are getting Connie fired up have a trip to Saltburn to see the Yarnbombing. I took LOADS of pictures tonight so will have to blog some soon, they are so much fun.

izzy

Very nice pictures of the area..Looks a little like where we are , it is finally looking nice today here as well..

Anne Bebbington

Such lovely photos - Strid Wood is glorious in bluebell time - and Buffers is a joy at any time - so excited we have booked the October half term week in a cottage on a farm just up river from Barden Towers - soooo excited!!!!!

Jo Roberts

Great pictures. Where do I send my triangles to?

Kate

I find it hard to believe how intense the green is this year- and still is- the light seems to be green.Wonderful.

Claire C

How beautiful! I love bluebells and have been delighted to discover that my garden is full of them, they are everywhere! The joy of the first year in a new house means that every season is a surprise in the garden. Bolton Abbey does look like a magical place to visit x

Handmade in Israel

Delightful! Those bluebells looks just gorgeous. So different to the desert landscape that I have just blogged about. I obviously need a quick trip home to Yorkshire!

Clare

Stunning photo's it looks like a wonderful day, I went on my own bluebell adventure last week. The woodlands are so amazingly beautiful in Spring time. Makes you're heart sing. xx

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