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A lovely misty morning walk in England (The joy of retirement)

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Togman, Nov 27, 2020.

  1. Swampash&Tweed

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    Have to cross the pond and visit one day!!
     
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    To the woods. Off for a stroll on Tunbridge Wells (Kent) common about three weeks ago. Most of the leaves are down now. I didn't know I was in such a need of a haircut or that my hair had turned grey -- I'm sure it was dark brown a couple of months ago!

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    Your pictures remind me of an Old Fleetwood Mac Album.
    Bare Trees.

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    Nice! First thing I do every typical morning after one cup of coffee is take the dog for a walk, and that’s usually at a wooded park just a mile away. She thinks I take her just because it brings her so much pleasure, but I may relish more than her. Being outdoors, to me, is a near guaranteed lifter of my spirit.
     
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    England sure has beautiful country.
     
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    Walked the SW coast path with my wife, Widemouth Bay to Falmouth in two 12-day stints over two visits (2018 and 2019) This year's trip nixed due to covid. Back again soon.
     
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    Lovely countryside!!

    :)
     
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    Great Pics. Wish I was there - we're expecting 40 degrees Celsius (105 F) in Sydney today and then a hot day tomorrow.

    English mist would be excellent right now.

    Enjoy!
     
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    saltburnbwckbeach.jpg shutterstock_490154215-2-1-1024x683-1024x585.jpg woods.jpg I love walking...all these locations are local...the top and bottom within 5 mins or so walk...the middle one...an hour or so North Yorkshire...Wonderful Area
    the beach is at bottom of my street...down some steps and your there...woods...other direction...5 mins away or so
     
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    38018.jpg Roseberry_topping_north_side.jpg galleryk920334348x240-2205707.jpg Top..Freebrough Hill..once called Freyjas Motte..could see that from my window as a kid
    middle is Roseberry Topping...once called Odins Hill
    about 5 miles from me
    Bottom is St.Hild(a)s monestary...Whitby Abbey
    one of the first abbeys in England...bout 20 miles away...makes me smile Hild is a name for men and women..its Old Norse for battle or war..exchangeable with marc or mark...from roman god of war...fine name for a Nun
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanghow
    i was lucky enough to grow up there
     
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  12. Swampash&Tweed

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    I want to visit the UK one day because of all that history. Century old castles........I've never experienced or touched anything 1000 yrs old. America is still a relative new country dating back to the 16th century in only a handful of spots in Virginia and Philly. I give England that. They seem to really cherish and respect their history. Very cool pictures........thanks!
     
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    Nice pictures.

    I did a little walking at Hadrian’s wall in the Haltwhistle area.

    I would like to visit in autumn or early winter.
     
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    Took in bradgate Park, Leicestershire when on a bike ride. Coffee and pancake to go from the cafe. DSC_0034.JPG
     
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