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October 29, 2013


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Jo Roberts

I feel like I have had a breathe of fresh air too! I have a free crochet hat pattern if you are interested go and take a peek. Jox


It is so beautiful.

Lynda M O

A brisk breeze! seems to blow out any residual stuffiness leftover from the story weather-I get that on a very basic level. Isn't it super to have a space so close by that you can go to and get exactly that wind that you need. Wow, you are blessed and the LPs are growing up with the best memories...


I love this kind of weather. Fresh wind through your hair, taking deep breaths. Your views are fantastic, although I love our flat Dutch countryside too. Looking forward to your coat story.

Angela-Southern USA

Teasing us with that red coat! ;)That outing sounds like it would definitely clean away the cobwebs!(And make you appreciate a warm fire.) lol Glad the storm didn't blow y'all away! Have a great rest of the week. :)


My husband and I would just love to live in the UK and looking at your photos makes me want to cry a little, but I cannot stop watching them. The scenery is so beautiful. :-)

Joanne Morrow

Beautiful pictures! The winds were so gusty!! Love your adventures!!


Feeling homesick in dry hot North Africa :(


Wow that looks like it would blow the cobwebs away as my nan used to say, you live in a beautiful corner of the world.
Clare xx

Ligia Seabra

Lovely place! Amazing photos!


Absolutely lovely; and the coat turned out a beautiful color also!


What a beautiful place!


Beautiful scenery! My husband and I have wanted to visit England for a couple of years now, and your pictures just make us want to go sooner!

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Jacky Russell

Beautiful pictures! Forty years for us - where did that go? X


Beautiful scenery, lovely photos!

Winwick Mum

Fresh air is magic, it's good for the soul. Everybody needs to get outside every day if they can, even if it's just standing on the doorstep and breathing xx

Anne Marie

Afraid to say I didn't go out, apart from posting a letter, as it just simply rained all day.

I feel the same about Yorkshire as you do, was taken there from being about 9 years old on the back of tandem for cycle touring holidays. It made me good at geography at school and gave me my love of map reading.

Love those photos.


What amazing landscape. It reminds me a little of Dartmoor, which is only 10 minutes drive from where I live when I'm in the UK and the wind there is a bit nippy too! It certainly blows the cobwebs away.


What can I say? SO beautiful, Your landscape...


Really, realy beautiful.
In January my man and I will have been together for 21 years


What a stunning landscape, and to have it literally on your doorstep. I could almost feel the snap cold!


Great photos Lucy. I could watch the clouds for hours - I think they're almost hypnotic when you see them move by so fast. There has been such a glorious light around lately - I don't know if it's all the more precious because we know it is limited - but the depths of some of the Autumn colours is beautiful. Oooh now I want to go out and take some pictures...! Jane x


We spent two days in Yorkshire in May 2005 where we saw cloud shadows like the ones you photographed. Glad to hear that all is well up your way, we heard of the winds and storms in the UK and Europe.

Ada Bea

Yorkshire is indeed beautiful, I feel the same when we skip into Derbyshire! We used to do lots of hill walking, love it when the wind throws you about a bit.....makes that hot chocolate even more delicious! :) x

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