Saturday, 12 October 2013

The mind bloggles


Just had to share this with you - came home to find teenage daughter baking. V unusual in itself but the strangest thing was that she'd photographed the recipe from the recipe book so that she could read it off her phone!????
Right, I'm off to spend my weekend stocking my Etsy shop.
Glad you all enjoyed Yarndale. Lets do it all again next year.

Fi x

24 comments:

Mystic Quilter said...

Now where on earth do I begin to say how much I have loved looking at all your photographs! Takes me back to my home in Lancashire with the lovely stone walls, old stone buildings and magnificent cattle. Thank you!

Jacqui Galloway said...

Lovely photos.

pat wilkinson said...

How beautiful, thank you for taking me along on your meander! Just love the stone and cobbles .. Px

ShirleyGoldenDoodles said...

Absolutely fabulous to come with you on your walk through picturesque countryside and to picture you there having met you in person at Yarndale. Thank you for taking the time to share your life with us.
Mary Jenkins

linda said...

Thank you for taking us along on your walk, you live in a beautiful place, how lovely to have such beautiful scenery on your doorstep. :)

Knot Forgotten Studio said...

What a charming and delightful little town. It must be lovely to live there. Happy weekend, penny x

Twiglet said...

Thanks for the walk down memory lane - it is such a beautiful place. x Jo

rabbitquilter said...

What lovely pictures of a beautiful place! Is that really a crazy paving path across a field?!! Mr bully Beef looked as if he was on a mission too!!! Thank you for our walk, can we come again next time please!

Anonymous said...

Super photos, so much so I passed over my ipad to show my OH. I love Yorkshire.

LOL at the last bit - really. I burst out laughing, kind of sad that teens prefer screens to paper somehow too tho

The Little Room of Rachell

The Weaver of Grass said...

Some of those photographs look more like Coverdale than Hawes, Fi. Were you wandering about or is my eye deceiving me

Jacquie said...

Wow, I loved coming for a walk in such a beautiful place. Thanks for sharing it with us Fiona.
Jacquie x

Winwick Mum said...

Beautiful photos, it must make your heart smile every time you look at your wonderful views x

Susan Sharpe said...

Trying to figure out where you went, we recognise some of the photographs. Oh the last time we were in the Crown there was a hen night meeting going on, my darling husband was nearly husband knapped!

Noelle the dreamer said...

Oh my, Fiona! Loved this post! Thanks for sharing,

Lyn said...

Gorgeous photos what a beautiful place you live in xxx

kiwikid said...

Thank you for sharing your walk - such beautiful photos....what an amazing place to live although I have to confess to wondering if Wallace and Gromitt will turn up somewhere at the mention on Wensleydale!!

... Bimbi said...

lovely walk! Idyllic.
Ah yes, modern times. I often photograph patterns I come across - so handy and much smaller than a a book.

Bimbi x

Tis Me said...

such a pretty place to live - I love the stone the buildings are made from in your part of the country, would like to live near a pretty stream like this - it's so picturesque Fi.

Joan Robertson said...

Lovely lovely photos , calm after the storm of yarndale , and is that yarn bombing in the park , the bull looks fierce hope you kept a distance away , off to have a look at your etsy shop

Toffeeapple said...

What a beautiful post; your images have made me very happy. Thank you.

cathy at potterjotter said...

All just so lovely and the sooner we move Up North, the happier I shall be. I recognise lots of those places and would love to be in any of them, apart from the one with the large bull! xCathy

Linda Metcalf said...

Really enjoyed the local photos!

Anonymous said...

Bonjour fIONA

vous m'avez fait rever avec cette jolie promenade ...
j'espère poiuvoir revenir dans le Yorkshire l'année prochaine
merci pour les photos

Marie Claude

Threads through my life said...

Yesterday it rained for ages and it was such a treat to see your pictures,blue skies and sunshine.