Saturday, 12 November 2016

Requirements For A Lovely Walk

Requirements for a lovely walk...

Well...

Firstly pick your ramble...

Next, pick your company...

I said pick your company!

If only she'd keep still sometimes...

Have on suitable footwear...

Stop and photograph whatever catches your eye...

Try and stay dry...

Well for humans that's quite important...

Don't forget to look up sometimes...

And most of all have fun...

Lots of fun...

Blessings J. x

 

14 comments:

  1. Thank you so much. I am disabled and can't go on the long walks that I always loved. I'm so grateful that I can still experience them vicariously through blogs such as yours. You probably have no idea how much they mean to those of us that are housebound for much of the time. You give a lot of comfort to strangers such as I. Blessings

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    1. Lesley your beautiful words have touched me deeply...thank you for them...I hope in some small way I can continue to give pleasure to your senses as you explore the wonderful world that is blogland. x

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  2. Beautiful. We've just returned home from something very similar. Boots are drying as I write this. It has become very damp underfoot all of a sudden following a heavy downpour last night. I don't think the ground has fully recovered from last year. X

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    1. I am so grateful fo my new waterproof boots as my wellies had sprung a leak...indeed the ground is saturated...the photos are of the pretty bits! x

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  3. Those colours! just fantastic...........\I can't wait to get out of town and back to the country

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    1. I am too forever a country girl, though living in the hamlet is lovely with company not far away if needed. It won't be long before you're sinking new roots into country soil once more! x

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  4. Having had to cancel our planned walk today due to the awful weather [the Downs are clay/lime and are treacherous when wet] I have enjoyed accompanying you on yours instead!
    Arilx

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    1. I imagine clay would be very slippery. I wouldn't have been happy in my old wellies going down to the stream as they didn't have enough grip...my boots now though feel much more up to the task! x

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  5. Lovely walk that Jackie.
    We have pretty similar places we can walk if we are brave enough to tackle crossing the road which is a country lane but is actually more like a rat run used by people who can't read speed signs and lorries which really are too big to be travelling along it. It's very scary-x-

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    1. We live beside a busy main road...supposedly 30mph...my a**e! Nearly opposite is the lane that in turn leads to the woodland in the photos...if only people would stick to the speed limit...it's there for a darn good reason. x

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  6. Beautiful post and pictures! We're off for a walk tomorrow. We do walks most Sundays. It is going to be cold but the sun is supposed to be shining. We have to make the most of it while we can, while there is no snow on the ground and we are able to get about.

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    1. Yes make the most of it...especially if you're expecting any quantity of snow...we tend to have very little or none at all, but every so often get a load hat sees us snowed in for a week or more! x

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  7. Lovely, lovely photos. Make me smile and wish I was out and about and not stuck inside (though I guess I have to get paid somehow) x

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    1. Darn those bills...I know the feeling well. Off to work in a moment for my now one day a week job...but I also assess health and social care diplomas so get to travel around and the marking I do from home...then there's hubby's agricultural business and let's just say he's very skilled at engineering but totally inept at paperwork! x

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