Friday, November 16, 2007

Two of the walkers



At last - the car park.
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8 comments:

Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

It looks idyllic Pat. I envy your proximity to all that.

When I look at your pictures I can practically smell the earth and trees. I ache for that kind of fresh air sometimes.

I miss all that a lot.

PI said...

Sam: I have a theory that we always miss things from the past. I look back at our time in Yorkshire and think how lucky we were and we just took it for granted but you're right it is beautiful here.

kenju said...

What lovely scenery! and the photo of the deer on the crest of the hill is fantastic! I am impressed that you do that type of hiking, Pat. Why don't you trim your toenails shorter?

PI said...

Judy : my toe nails are as short as can be. It's the pressure on the whole nail going downhill because my big toes turn up. However thanks to Randall and Sam I hope to avoid further trouble.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

It is amazing the variation of terrain....it feels like you were in 6 different places...! What a journey, Pat. And A Well Deserved Lunch, at the end....and MTL waiting for you! Great Day!

PI said...

\Naomi: no pain - no gain:)

Jack said...

The best reason for carrying a camera: it's an excuse to stop and catch your breath.

The shot of the gullies illustrates how rugged the terrain is in spots. Good for you, Pat.

PI said...

Jack: it's not in any way frightening compared to Scotland and the Lake District but can be just as exhausting.