Fabulous....You live in a most beautiful area. And how wonderful that you have such a charming walking partner.cheers. parsnip
Thanks Parsnip - lovely part of the country - will be sharing more of the surrounding area!
Isn't it just exquisite? I can't get enough of the N.Y.Ms.
I want to go there next year! It's simply gorgeous! Imagine those roses still in bloom now...mine have buds that are turning sort of mushy. But the tree colours are stunning!
Wonderful, my mother used to live in Grosmont and I know it well - we used to play in what was the old brick yard, and down through the woods to the fords over the river Esk. Beautiful autumn images, and someone looks like they enjoyed the walkies!
What a perfectly wonderful post today. My husband usually walks the dog. Apparently I don't walk fast enough, so Lindy just sits down and looks at me, or else refuses to walk with me at all. She stands beside my car as if to say, "You drive, I'll ride."But just a few minutes ago I told my husband, "You might walk the dog, but I get my exercise letting the dog out, letting the dog in, letting the dog out, letting the dog in..." He can't hear her scratch at the back door. I would love to do more walking, but I'm afraid to get too far away in case I can't get back. So I enjoyed your walk today, enormously.Kay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel
I loved the walk I took with you! You live in the most amazing place. Thanks for sharing all those beautiful scenes with us.
it does look lovely
Is there any place better then the English countryside?
This is one of our favourite walks. Lovely. x
super photos, makes me sort of home sick, only sort of though!!!!Gill in Canada
so good for the soul
What a gorgeous place and some lovely photos on this post REALLY love the first one!xxx
They're all beautiful but the mossy gate, the views and the peaceful horse are my favourites.Maggie XNuts in May
What a gorgeous set of photographs, Denise, it truly does justice to the wonderful countryside you live in - absolutely lovely!
Looks like the sort of walk George would like too! Lovely.
I loved the walk with you there. It is the place of my ancestors :-)
Hi Denise,I really enjoyed that walk we must do it more often.Love Jill xx
Oh my I was so happy you dropped in on my blog and read about poor old Bossy. This gave me a chance to see your wonderful blog. I do love this walk with you. I can see myself sitting on the hill on that little bench watching and listening. What a great place you live. I love your dog. Thanks for taking me along. Lovly photos. B
Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.