Thursday, 29 October 2009

Autumn walk, Allotment...

October two years ago we visited here The weather was so different from last time when it was misty, cold and frosty. Tuesday was mild and misty.

The colours were outstanding, I just love this time of year. There are lots more pictures

Of course we didn't go alone

Moriarty and Trophy Mouse (from Skye) and Biddle came too.

After the walk to Highcastle crags we walked across Heptonstall Moor to the village of Heptonstall.

It was all rather boggy and I nearly slipped over twice and was covered with mud which went through my trousers to my leg it took a good scrubbing to get rid of it all.

The allotment is progressing still

I forgot to mention that the piece of knitting I sent off in September became part of this

and is possibly the "N" by the stripey legs. It was great to be part of such a fun project.

have a go here

Not much creativity this week despite it being half term Wednesday was wasted with a bad headache.
But I have done quite a bit of my cross stitch swap.
Thanks for dropping by


Lyn said...

Gosh that allotment is going to be grand!
The autumn has been a good one so far, lots of lovely colour in the trees.


Just love how you take 'the Gang' with you on walks and to the allotment etc! I like to think you are broadening their horizans! lol!

x Vicky x

Shari said...

gorgeous fall pictures!
Love all the little critters on the walk!!!
The allotment is looking good!!!
Sorry to hear you had a bad headache. Those are the pits!

mumzy said...

Amazing how the allotment is already looking great. Take care with the headache - hope it is better by now.

soggibottom said...

1 month, 3 weeks and 2 days.....don't I just love your counter!!!!!!!

And Christmas is??????

x x x Michele x x x

Thanks by the way...... someone missed us x

soggibottom said...

You have a lovely blog award x x x

Pumpkin said...

Beautiful colors! I love the fact that the 'kids' all have scarfs on :o)

Your allotment looks fantastic! Great work so far.

How neat to be part of such a HUGE project!