Beautiful Britain

Rowena replied on 14/01/2021 10:42

Posted on 14/01/2021 10:42

If you're anything like us, you'll be missing many things about getting out on sites and exploring beautiful Britain. However, not being able to travel further afield has given us the opportunity to discover new places close to home. We've seen beautiful snowy scenes, crisp frosty mornings and the occasional blustery grey landscapes on our daily walks.
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Here's a pic of me and Sam on our walk on Sunday in East Sussex. We are so lucky to have the woods on our doorstep and the beautiful countryside, fresh air and exercise is certainly helping us get through this lockdown! 

Wherenext replied on 14/01/2021 11:36

Posted on 14/01/2021 11:36

When we were given a bit more lassitude than recently we were able to travel the 5 miles to walk on the Clwydian Hills on a beautiful crisp day. The photo looks down towards the town of Ruthin in Denbighshire.

Unfortunately too many non local people have been trying to gain access here and the police have closed all carparks to deter visitors from outside the immediate area.

EasyT replied on 14/01/2021 12:50

Posted on 14/01/2021 11:36 by Wherenext

When we were given a bit more lassitude than recently we were able to travel the 5 miles to walk on the Clwydian Hills on a beautiful crisp day. The photo looks down towards the town of Ruthin in Denbighshire.

Unfortunately too many non local people have been trying to gain access here and the police have closed all carparks to deter visitors from outside the immediate area.

Posted on 14/01/2021 12:50

Lassitude is what many have. Latitude is less available wink

Wherenext replied on 14/01/2021 13:06

Posted on 14/01/2021 12:50 by EasyT

Lassitude is what many have. Latitude is less available wink

Posted on 14/01/2021 13:06

Yes I only realised when sitting down to lunch that I meant t'other.laughing Too late for editing.

Freddy55 replied on 16/01/2021 19:51

Posted on 16/01/2021 14:24 by DSB

Apologies for cheating.......  This is one from my daughter who lives on Lewis/Harris in the Outer Hebrides......

David

Posted on 16/01/2021 19:51

As someone I used to know would say, “it’s just a pile of stones ain’t it?” πŸ˜€

DSB replied on 17/01/2021 11:49

Posted on 16/01/2021 19:51 by Freddy55

As someone I used to know would say, β€œit’s just a pile of stones ain’t it?” πŸ˜€

Posted on 17/01/2021 11:49

πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ  Indeed, Freddy.  But my daughter has been wanting to take a picture of the Northern Lights over the Calanais Standing Stones for ages.  It's about 16 mile from their house, so they drove up one night when the Aurora was visible (before the more recent restrictions) - still in pajamas! πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

David

Freddy55 replied on 17/01/2021 15:36

Posted on 17/01/2021 11:49 by DSB

πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ  Indeed, Freddy.  But my daughter has been wanting to take a picture of the Northern Lights over the Calanais Standing Stones for ages.  It's about 16 mile from their house, so they drove up one night when the Aurora was visible (before the more recent restrictions) - still in pajamas! πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

David

Posted on 17/01/2021 15:36

He was of course, a bit of a philistine. I remember going past Stonehenge, there’s just something magical/eerie going on. Nice photo πŸ‘