Thursday, November 17

Walkies Today, (Thursday)

There isn't a Christmas Craft meeting tomorrow night as it is the Village Whist night on Friday and the hall needs to be set up. However as it was a lovely afternoon I took Freida up Handale and took note of some potential hedge contributions for the wreaths we are making shortly.

Click on the 8th photograph to see the roof of our house.








































18 comments:

  1. You had lovely blue skies like us today. I've been thinking about wreaths too. I have a willow ring which I made for Beltane, I might decorate that.

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  2. Willow sounds great Kath - our indoor ones will be made using basic florist wire structures and lagging insulation pipes for central heating pipes! lol!

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  3. Lovely photos Denise looking forward to making our wreaths.Love Jill xx

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  4. Aye Jill - they'll be the talk of the town! lol Well village! xxx

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  5. Talking about your wreaths and the LOL one made from florist wire and lagging pipes.
    I have a wreath I made from the copper tubing used for water line and just wound several circles out of them, tied them with a bow.
    That was the wreath I had the most complements on. Of course I live in California then and Christmas is a day to go to the beach. We aren't all Holly and snow out west.
    The wreath goes very well in my home in warm and sunny Tucson, we are the Copper State after all !

    I love your roof ! but that is more neighbors that I though you had.

    Wonderful photo walk, thanks.

    cheers, parsnip

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  6. I cannot beleivge it is thast time o fthe year again - it is so mild here that winter and Christmas seem so far away!
    Your walk looks lovely.

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  7. ackk here I am again...
    I think your first photo would make a lovely Christmas card.

    cheers, parsnip

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  8. I can hardly wait for you and Frieda to take me on a "walkie." lol

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  9. Wat a nice playce yu liv in! An it is nice to see Frieda!

    Still lots ov culler in my garden. I just put up sum fotoes. Come see them if yu get a mo!

    Bear hugs!
    :@}

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  10. I didn't realise you lived in such a fabulous area. All those country lanes ... wow, I'd be in seventh heaven. Frieda must really enjoy living there.

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  11. such a great walkies companion love the holdiay finery natures finery

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  12. Lovely Autumnal scenes of the countryside. Wonderful to have these walks and views.
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  13. Still plenty of foliage about for you Denise. That photo of Frieda head on looks like a tiger at first glance!

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  14. Hi Denise
    Thanks so much for popping in and leaving your lovely comment.Frieda is gorgeous, looks like you have some wonderful places to walk too :) Great photo's. Good Luck with the wreaths.
    Blessings
    Julie x

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  15. Lovely walk and lots of beautiful things for your Christmas wreaths. Wish I lived closer:-)

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  16. I absolutely love "walking" in your village. What a beautiful, magical place.
    Are there berries ripening now in Nov.? How delicious...

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  17. I love country walks where there's no traffic! Lovely photos, thanks for sharing.

    CJ xx

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