Thursday, 27 September 2018

Local Walk

Hello

Thanks for popping in.

What a lovely few days we've had down South whilst storms have sadly been causing mayhem around the world again. 

We're lucky round here to have a choice of forest or moor for our walks with many footpaths weaving their way around the area.  Let's head off down a leafy lane with the sun sparkling through the trees.




Crossing the meadow, we spot a new gate into a field.  I wonder what's going on here? Let's hope it's not more houses.


Across the road there's a gap in the fence - and apples on the fence.


How did they get there?  Is this the culprit, an apple tree with precision shot?  Unlikely! It's a beautiful shape, sitting there, providing bounty for those passing by.



Ideal for those with a fancy for an apple pie or even one with added blackberries.


Just a short walk but a joy nonetheless.

Cheerio

10 comments:

  1. What a lovely place for a walk. We're so lucky in this country with such a choice of places to go.

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    1. It's particularly nice at this time of year of in the Spring when the trees are changing. x

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  2. It's lovely to have the choice between moorland and woodland and to be able to freely take a walk because of those public pathways. Those rolling hills look beautiful.

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    1. It's nice to set off without needing the car and just enjoy the area.

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  3. What a wonderful place to walk. I wonder who put all those apples on the fence, perhaps they are for the birds to peck at? The apple tree is a lovely shape:)

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    1. Let's hope so as it does seem a bit of a waste but as the tree isn't in someone's garden, I suppose people don't collect them. There were loads on the ground.

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  4. The apples on the gate/fence made me wonder...I am missing not picking the blackberries this season. We haven't come across any yet.

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    1. It's not been a great year for blackberries and even the strawberries in the farm haven't done that well either.

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  5. The UK has so many pretty places to walk. Those apples on the fence are certainly unique! I wonder who might have put them there.

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    1. Perhaps local children were playing a game or someone thought they'd feed the birds!

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