Thursday, 13 November 2008

Blue Sky

With yesterday originally forecast as the only dry day of the week Husband and I headed for Milldale and ignored Dove Dale instead opting for a walk through Wolfscote Dale. We certainly picked the best day of the week and the right location as we enjoyed blue sky, the last of the autumn colours on the trees and a found a lunch-spot where the sun and shelter meant we were as warm as toast.

Reflections in the River Dove

Limestone caves at the entrance to Wolfscote Dale

Even better when we got home I was inspired enough to post all the pictures from the walk onto my website straight away, which is how it always used to be. Mind that did mean there was no stitching done yesterday and it's not looking good for today either as tonight is quiz night and this afternoon we will be starting to tackle getting rid of the 10,000 flyers Husband has ordered to help advertise his website design business.


Elisa said...

What gorgeous views...wish I was there!

BilboWaggins said...

WOW - great sky! Glad you had a good walk. We bimbled down to Hawkshead and Ambleside today, not very exciting but trying to make a start on the dreaded ****mas shopping. It was mild, dry but grey and overcast all day. I'd love to see some sky that colour (smile)

Redwitch said...

Lovely photos! So much colour, it's been very grey here for days!

Always smiling said...

Hi Angela,

Fantastic views and sounds like you had a great walk with DH... after that you would need a great big piece of cake!! LOL
Thank you for your comments about my christmas cake, my grown up family love it so I make 4, one for me and my DH and then for my daughter and her family and for two of my sons and I think they eat theirs all by themselves.
I love it too, hence I am trying to lose some more weight before Christmas!!LOL

Stitchingranny said...

A lovely area especially when a little sunshine is in the offing.

Good Luck to DS with his business venture.

Karan said...

Oooo gorgeous scenery - you take some fabulous photos. :0)
Hope all went well distributing the flyers.