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March 31, 2020


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Hi Lucy,
Thank you for sharing these beautiful pictures. I love seeing nature and I'm sometimes jealous of the beautiful scenery you have in England. I hope you and your family are doing okay.
Have a lovely weekend.

sweet greetings,


You do live in such a beautiful place. The weather is actually quite nice here right now and that helps. I'm heading for a little walk, which we are allowed to do, thankfully. Thanks for sharing your part of the world with us.

Angela-southern USA

Sounds like a lovely day indeed! The social distancing is a strain but definitely needed. Hoping you and yours stay safe and well. For more rainbow goodness checkout the #wonderfulrainbowwindows xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


We used to live near that crag but are now in the wilds of Aberdeenshire with new crags to explore! We feel blessed to have the calm of the mountains around us and our sheep, llamas, chickens, feral cats and dog to help us through these times. And crochet of course! Thank you Lucy for all your inspirational and beautiful patterns Xxx

Tracey Ogden

What lovely memories , hope your all ok. I'm missing my mill room as I'm sure your missing your studio x


Thank you for sharing.Such a sweet story.
Stay safe*
Take care


Lucy, I always love your pictures and accounts of activities. We are still able to walk most places here in Sunnyvale, California as long as we keep our distance from other people (we don't live with). Almost everyone is being mindful of this and therefore, there's no harm in taking daily walks. I just learned today that some of our open space parks now have trails designated as "one way" in order to help people keep their distance and not have to pass one another. Some city parks have closed due to over use, but areas such as the one in your pictures are still available to us and we are all being encouraged to get out and exercise every day while keeping our distance. With distance, lots of hand-washing and not touching our faces, we should all be fine. I'm very optimistic as we work from home and try to see the positive things about our current situation.


A lovely day out Lucy & somewhere I've not been in beautiful Yorkshire. Thank you. Take care, stay safe & huggles.


May we never take our freedom for granted when it finally does return! Thank you for this hopeful post -- makes my heart so happy . . . and hope-filled!!


I always enjoy your beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing them.

diane willard

Thank you so much for sharing the beauty of your are and how everyone enjoys it. Keep safe. And keep on blogging.
Across the ocean many miles away. Diane


The crag was my view from my bedroom window 30 years ago! so lovely to see it in all it's glory. Thank you for the memories...now live near Richmond North Yorks and the views are still amazing!!..Stay safe xx

carol partridge

lovely pics. I recognise the area from previous blogs. Around here we are just walking around our local park. Everyone is taking note to keep their distance. The atmosphere is like a Sunday afternoon from when I was a child. Hardly any traffic. 1 bus an hour instead of 4. Keep safe.


Thanks for these lovely photos! They bring back happy memories for me, too, as I spent three weeks in Yorkshire last summer and one day we went around Embsay reservoir and up on the moors. It's so lovely up there!


Beautiful photos when this nightmare is over I have plans to discover more of our green and pleasant land. I mainly stay down this end of the country (below London coast for holidays)
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Love reading about your walks Lucy, I am a born and bred Yorkshire girl, living in Dorset, so they bring back many happy memories for me.. Therefore I feel we have much in common, we have swopped counties! Both counties are beautiful with lovely walks. My walks are now limited to walking by the sea but who can complain about that!!


Whilst it has been a worrying time, and I miss treks and trips, I am really enjoying spending this quiet, slow time with my fam-squad. For the first time in a super long time we are hanging out playing games, talking, watching tv as a family. Small chores are getting done that have been put aside for years. We're cooking inventively (to avoid trips to the shops), pulling out board games that were never played. Fortunately here in Kangarooland we can still go out for quick walks with the doggo but cant stop to chat to anyone. Which doesnt matter because noone is out. Keep posting your glorious memories and make new ones together at home. Xox


I really like the Californian term - instead of lockdown they say "Shelter in Place". Somehow it seems less prison-like ;)

Teresa Kasner

I'm glad you got that lovely hike in before your having to stay inside. We are lucky to have 5 acres of land here so we can get out and spread our wings and fill our lungs with oxygen while being safely social distancing. What a trial this time is. Stay safe. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Ariadne Desarro

What a lovely trek to share with us! "Lockdown" as some call it is quite exhausting mentally and physically in ways. This too shall pass and prayers or positive thoughts to all. We have our precious memories and pictures to put smiles on out faces and hearts. Take good care and Thank you!!

Tracy Sutton

Love your blogs so inspirational. Keep smiling.


Did you notice that rock picture looks like a giant sitting turkey? Love to go on your walks with you. I use to walk five miles a day, but can't now for health reasons, but love seeing your walks. Thank you for sharing your beautiful countryside with us.


Lots of lovely things if we think about it. :)

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