i didn't know anybody was watching
That feels better
All clean now
This is the Life
Come on you two, its time for your daily exercise.
Can we tag along too
Its amazing what you can see up here
Might go fishing later
We have a right job on here, picking up all these leaves ?
Ime sure i just saw a trout ?
Come on Girls its time to Party
Where has everyone gone ? I bet they have gone to that Party ?
Was it something i said ?
You put your right leg in
Your right leg out
In out in out you shake it all about
Come fly with me
Wait for me
I've lost him, me too
Are you meeting up with the gang later ? Yea why not
Nice to see everybody again
I see Leeds lost against Wolves, they were lucky
I bet they are talking football
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
In reply to Linda257:
Thanks Linda it is a lovely spot, I think spring is the best time to go. i have been in the spring and seen grey wagtails in the trees, an unusual sight, black caps, and kingfishers to name a few. i shall be going in the winter as well and it shall be interesting to see what is there in the winter ?. Have not been anywhere today, its been really windy and the garden birds have been none existent. As soon as we get a dry day i shall be out again. I am busy looking at the different nature reserves to go to and making a list, its nice to go somewhere different. I fancy going to the peak district i think Hazel went recently. It looked really nice and she got some lovely photos. I also fancy going to Bonny Scotland when we can get out again proper. So any Tips for Scotland would be good. Likewise if your ever in sunny Yorkshire I can do the same.
In reply to i love robins:
i love robins said:sunny Yorkshire
Isn't that a contradiction in terms?? lol
My in-laws are up there, and even though they are further up, we had a super trip around Skipton, and Malham Tarn thanks to some tips from here :o)
In reply to PimperneBloke:
Yorkshire does get sun, sometimes, we're just not around to see it!
More cracking photos ILR
Flickr Peak Rambler
i love robins said:Thanks Mike, If you had been in North Yorkshire today you would not only have seen the sun but blue sky as well.
I was supposed to be up in North Yorkshire this week!
I have family not far from Yarm, and we were supposed to staying with them.
I'm missing my visit to Whitby's Goth Week!
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