Monday, 15 October 2012

Muddy but colourful Autumn walk up Scolty

Well it finally stopped raining and I persuaded Gail to take me for a walk up Scolty Hill this weekend. We both needed a dose of fresh air and a good leg stretch. I reminded her to take the camera too.

It goes against my nature, but for once I'll let the pictures do the talking.

Oh and I must thank all of you for supporting me in my campaign to join Gail on her trip to Nottingham to see HGD. I am delighted to report it was successful, and both Gail and I will be heading south on the train on Wednesday. The other good news is that HGY has a new, much faster computer, so I may even be able to keep in touch, if Gail has any time to help me.

21 comments:

  1. What a wonderful walk! I would love to romp there.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  2. Ah I see you saw some mountains too mate; I daresay Gail could name yours..... Love to HGD & HGY. Deccy x

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  3. If you didn't see yesterdays post re missing furry friend can you pop by and see if you can help. Anything we can do will be greatly appreciated. Have a happy Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  4. Bertie...what a great walk...or run. Just beautiful and we guess it's FULL of interesting scents. We just hope Gail didn't dump you in a cold stream to clean off your feet.

    We're so happy you can go to Nottingham.

    xXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  5. The pictures said it ALL!! Love the one of you running Bertie!! Have fun with Gail and give your HGD lots of kisses.

    wags
    Jazzi and Addi

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  6. gorgeous walk! love the one of the mushroom :)

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  7. Muddy is worth it for the beauty, I must say again you live in the MOST beautiful place

    urban hounds

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  8. Bertie - Congratulations on your forthcoming trip. There are certain times when the presence of a caring family fellow is needed.

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  9. What a fun walk. Was there a bath at the end? Glad to hear you will be helping with HGD's recovery.

    Cindy & Millie

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  10. That looked like so much fun and a great place, lots of things to check out and MUD to run in.

    Your Furiends
    Susie & Bites

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  11. Ahhhh.... Such a beautiful place to go hiking! I really love the photo of you and the moss covered rocks. That is just so very pretty.

    Glad that you had a wonderful time.

    Hugs,
    Lily Belle & Muffin

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  12. hey Bertie,

    Yay! I am so furry excited you will be joining Gail to see your HGD! I do hope you can communicate while there on their new and fast computer. I want to know how your HGD is doing, and how excited he and your HGM are to have your feisty, fun personality around. :->

    The pictures are gorgeous! You always find the best, most pretty places to take your walks. What is the tower? You pose so nicely, Bertie. :->

    The photo of the trees in their Fall color finest is wonderful.

    Suka

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  13. I am sooooooo very much glad that YOU will be going to see HGD. I KNOW it will make him feel grrrrrreat to see you.

    THAT is a FABULOUS set of GORGEOUS PICTURES.

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  14. Bertie you sure do live in a gorgeous place
    Benny & Lily

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  15. That looks like a great walk.....as long as you didn't have to get a .... bath!

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  16. You get to go on the most amazing walks, Bertie -- such beautiful countryside! I'm glad your human is so willing to take you climbing on those hills, too; not all humans like to walk up and downhill as much as yours does. :)

    And speaking of humans, I know HGY and HGD will be happy to see you in Nottingham. You be careful around HGD, okay? You're a very smart boy; I know you won't get underfoot or anything naughty like that!

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  17. Bertie, I am so happy you will be joining Gail. You have the most amazing places to visit with such beautiful scenery. Thank you for showing me all the beauty around you.

    Loveys Sasha

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  18. Luxuriant vegetation. Love all the different shades of green. The ferns and moss are wonderful.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

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  19. We like your home turf. It is green and lush and looks familiar.
    Have fun on your trip...kisses to granddad.

    Wyatt and Stanzie

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  20. So glad the rain let up and y'all got out and about! Your photos spoke very well for you Bertie :) I'm particularly fond of the one with you among all the moss covered boulders :)

    Waggin at ya,
    Roo

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  21. I am enthralled by the colours of your countryside. Gail, you certainly chose Bertie's colouring for your excursions - he definitely adds value to your pictures and beautiful posts.
    I continue to keep your dad in my thoughts and prayers. I know it can't be easy - although you always keep the sun shining on your blog...thank you!
    Sending lotsaluv

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