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October 30, 2013


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Hi just discovered your site. I'm a beginner one of the things I'm finding out. Would you consider doing video tutorials please,


GREAT Fall colors! Love the teeny-tiny acorns!


This is so pretty. Having four separate seasons is one of the things I really miss about living in Europe. In South Africa we have summer and winter and if you blink too quickly you miss the change over.

Jo Moxham

What a colourful walk.

Janice Franssen

Hi Lucy,
I hope you don't think me terribly rude, and take this comment in the spirit it is intended in, but I can't help but notice every time that you have a photo of your hands that your skin looks quite dry. I have found that Neutrogena's Norwegian formula hand cream is really good at helping dry skin, has no scent, only requires a
little bit, and is reasonably priced. Give it a try. If you don't have dry skin, I apologise, but I thought I would mention it.
Cheers Janice

Annette My Rose Valley

Oh how lovely Lucy. Can I come and walk with you. Love the forest this time of the year.
My Rose Valley


Hope you and your sweet family are okay, missing your posts! But, no pressure, this is your blog following your life and with that there is no argument. :0)

Suzana Behmer

Lovely pictures. I love to follow your steps in this beautiful plCE. You are truly blessed to live in such a gorgeous area


It seems to be the most beautiful time of year all around the world.

Beata Basik

Thanks for taking us on your beautiful walk... Stunning!

Idiosyncratic Eye

Such dinky acorns! :)




Glad your weather is holding out. What a breathtaking walk!


Autumn is my favourite time of year. Your pics are absolutely lovely. It's very flat in my part of Lincolnshire and you don't get the woodland walks around here. I do miss them.


You lucky lady! Sadly our green here in the NE of USA is gone. It's cold and windy today, good day for some hookin' though! Enjoy those beautiful walks, I'm GREEN with envy ;)


Lovely photos as usual.
Have a look at this link for a new idea for your (Christmas/Easter) twigs. A thanks giving theme. I know we don't celebrate thanks giving in the UK but still a lovely idea I saw on Pinterest.

Janet Page

Great to hear what you are up to Lucy, your pictures are lovely and the colours as inspiration for creative projects.

Vilt og vakkert


Lovely landscape for å walk!
Please, join us in the next Blogger´s Sunday Walk which will be arranged during the winter. Four walks a year. You are welcome to see previous BSW-posts on my blog.
Have a nice weekend.

Angy Braine

Cake crumbs and muffins.... sigh... swoon. I CAN. NOT tell yo how much teh heart aches when I see these images. We are facing a Perth Summer here and whilst this may seem like sacrilege to say to a Brit... I want the cold, I want the Winter and (esp with sunny skies like these) I want to be in the UK!! Oh well... deep breath... at least I have your gorgoues blog to transport me there regularly ... until Hubby and I make the adventurous move ourselves!
Thanks for sharing lovely lady! ♥♥♥♥♥♥

Elena Rincón

Lovely places to walk. I enjoy your blog a lot.
It´s the first time for me commenting and I,m not sure if this is the right way to do it.
Could you please explain how to crochet the edging for your beautiful and colourful ripple blanket? I would appreciated it very much. Sorry for my bad english.
Elena, España


Woodlands are beautiful!

My brother-in-law has started turning the wood into beautiful things too, using locally sourced wood where possible. Check out http://roundwoodenstuff.com/ for more details!


It looks absolutely glorious there, don't you love how the view changes by the day in autumn?



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Love your photos.... :)


Soooo beautiful, those little acorns are adorable!

I used to moan about outtings we went on as I grew up but I look back on them now with fond memories.

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