Then we find another one edged with woods of dark green conifers. A central island, a pearl drop of Christmas trees. This time it's brown bears that I visualise, and canoes paddled in the lake dug by men only a hundred years ago.
Another one, the blue carpet crossed by an arched stone bridge, bound with calm pistachio green hills. Different again. A ewe with her lamb wanders along the path in front of us. She stop dead and comforts her nervous offspring letting the scared baby suckle whilst we wait patiently to pass by.
We spent half a day but could have stayed for a month. We'll be back soon. It's just across the border, a half hour drive. Another country. It seems like a million miles away...
I love Wales and spent many a walking holiday at Glasbury.ReplyDelete
It's such a beautiful country. I get so excited every time we cross the border. Glasbury...I've never visited. I will check it out.So many lovely places to visit.Delete
Have a great weekend,
My dearest Debby, I can see why you could stay there a month, what a magical place.ReplyDelete
I love finding places 'in my backyard' to visit. This planet really is amazing isn't it?
Oh, and the photo with the bridge and the little building is wonder, as are those
Have a beautiful day!
It's beautiful. I think there are about five lakes in total. We just saw three and each one was so different. We'll be back with a picnic basket next time. Totally agree it's amazing to have a little time to explore it as much as possible.Delete
Thank you Tracey have an amazing weekend,
I loved seeing you and your mitts! what pattern? Lovely views you shared with us today and I can just imagine the fresh air that accompanied your day!ReplyDelete
Thank you Karen, they are from a free pattern Erika Night pattern called 'Mittens for Mum' that you should be able to download on the following link:Delete
They are nice simple knit on two needles ones. A lovely evening project.
It was quite windy the sun was scorching hot and made the colours look amazing. Lots of fresh air.
Have a great weekend.
wow. what an outing!!! beautiful!!!!!ReplyDelete
It was an amazing afternoon Steph. Hopefully we'll go back soon.Delete
Hi Debby, thanks for stopping by my blog and for leaving a comment.ReplyDelete
Your photos are so beautiful. It sound like a beautiful peaceful place to visit and plenty of fresh air. I love those old steps, the bridge and and those big trees. I wonder what stories they have to tell. The day looks perfect with such blue sky and water. Just spectacular.
Nice to meet you. Thank you too. It is really beautiful and wild. It was so good to blow the cobwebs away for a couple of hours.
Have a great day.