Haven't really got much to talk about today, except to say how wonderful getting three friendship things was this morning . First was someone wanting to be friends on facebook unexpectedly from America. Then in the morning post came not one but two bright coloured envelopes for me. Both from America, one from someone who has just spent a month over there and is now home, and the other from my best friend. Both containing cards telling me that my friends were thinking of me.
Lovely just lovely, what an unexpected treat from all.
Now I'm set to have some quiet time to recharge my batteries after both my sons being here. I do love them, but boy is the house noisy when they are both around.
They'll be back tomorrow for Sunday lunch, which will give me time to enjoy the quiet in the meantime!
So whilst I'm enjoying the quiet thought I'd leave you some pics of the places I walk around where I live....
This first one is the entrance to Lud's Church. One, if not the most favourite place to walk.
Moving onto the view from the top of the Roaches looking at Hen Cloud and Morridge Top on the horizan.I used to live just below the Roaches doing up a farmhouse and barn for 10 years. I had the worlds best view from my bathroom.
Next one is out of town and the other side of Buxton. This is Fernilee Reservoir part of two reservoirs in the Goyt Valley the other one is called Erewood
We are back locally again and this is Tittesworth Reservoir looking towards the Roaches.
Rudyard Lake, is the one place I can walk out of my front door down to and back again in a mornings walk, it's 7 miles door to door.
Finally the local canal bank that if you walk far enough will take you into Stoke on Trent ( if you were mad enough to want to go there in the first place!)I just do a circular 6 mile walk here, which usually involves stopping off for a cider at the pub.
So if you walked this lot with allowing yourself to drive between destinations you would do a total of 44 miles if you also include the other reservoir in the Goyt Valley.... Anyone up for it? Or shall we just stay here and eat coffee cake and talk about life?