Today I took the children out from under my partners 'hair' so she could 'straighten' the house while we were out. Hmm.. smaller the house the bigger the problem methinks but that's another thread. Here's a taste where we went and thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it; click here
Marshland. Take a closer look at it when not raining. Drizzling is acceptable so don your Sou' Westers and go hunt for nature. If you fall foul of 'Flu don't blame me but enjoy showing the varied dragon flies and different insects, ducks and the unfortunate dead species you will come across. Seeing is believing to children and sometimes it can be difficult to explain that a bird, however beautifull is no more. Summer is nearly here and we'll be out and about. Wonderful, still at my age..;(
Of course. Not only equal but most probably better. Still we're luckier than most that we can afford, up to now, to explore our own country. Fuel prices going as they are then even that privelege might be denied.
Only said tongue in cheek. Two bird reserves and plenty of other wildlife to see. Love photographing the birds and other wildlife and getting about with rod in hand.Oh err! The sunsets here can be truly wonderful. Tullie is right.All countries and counties have their own unique and beautiful scenery.
Our area was voted best view in britain.Its an hours cycle away to the western edge of the Lake District and I can view the fells around Ennerdale from my windows.There's nothing I enjoyed more than packing sandwiches & poop scoop for a few hours wandering the many footpaths of local lakes with daughter and dog.
You're right. We often fail to notice whats on our doorstep.
I live in West Yorkshire, Huddersfield to be precise, and whenever my Mum comes up to visit from the dull fenlands she always comments on the scenery up here.
I've lived up here for about 15 years are now and simply do not notice it anymore - but when I sit back and actually LOOK at what we've got up here, thats when I realise how stunning some of it actually is.