November walk

I met up with some old school friends for a nostalgic wander down memory lane, a walk in the wilds of West Dorset and a delicious pub lunch at The Three Horseshoes, Powerstock.

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we came across some acorn artp8 p9 p10

a voluptuous oak tree

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deep wooded valleysp4

and walked a disused railway line

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the smell of autumn in the air

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West Dorset has a feeling of the land that time forgot and it is where my paternal ancestors come from. I most probably share DNA with the Iron Age inhabitants of the nearby Pilsdon Pen – a cosy, rooted feeling.p2at the end of the walk the sun tried to squeeze through

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Bliss. . . .

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About Wild Daffodil

hoarder of creative goodies that will someday come in useful, enabler and supporter of creativity, lifelong knitter, artist and fabulous Granny!
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4 Responses to November walk

  1. Always so pleasant to walk along with your pics ❤ … Taking a break like this does my heart good, since our entire landscape currently hibernates under an arctic cold blanket of snow!

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  2. Pingback: A walk near Toller Porcorum | stonechat

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