L is For...

...our Lane

I took part in the A-Z April Blog Challenge 

Let's go for a walk up a Devon Lane...
(photos taken during different times of the year)

Out the front door...
through the front gate
up past the dairy and hay barn
past the stables

(say hello to the pony)
on up the lane...
look through the hedge at the house
depending on what season it is you might see:

morning glory
or foxgloves

puffing a bit as we go further up
 (it really is quite steep)
 We might also see...

we're half way up!
at the top - now its down hill to...
say hello to the cattle

and the sheep
stop for a paddle

then we go UP again...

for the glorious view at the top!
Now back home for tea!

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M is for
Moorland Mousie

(and I've sneaked POLDARK in!)

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  1. I'm drinking tea as I read this. Maybe this can count as my walk? LOL These are really gorgeous photos. Very idyllic.

    1. Oh a cup of tea after such a walk is a must! Thanks for dropping by (and accompanying me on my virtual walk!)

  2. Anonymous4:22 am

    I love these blogs. It makes me want to go back to England very soon!

    1. Well when you come be sure to visit Devon! :-)

  3. The scenery around your home is beautiful. I can picture myself walking the lane and doing a lot of puffing on the steep uphill incline.


Thank you for leaving a comment your interest is very much appreciated! It will be published as soon as possible - depending on whether I am at my computer or walking up the lane, or being chased by the goose or helping mend fences after the pony has broken through YET AGAIN.... :-)