Woodland walk – looking for a weasel

Woodland walk – looking for a weasel In my previous post I had noted a few words and pictures to reflect on as we approach the last days of summer. Whilst I was taking some snaps in the back garden for that blog post, one of my neighbours was mailing me a couple of pictures […]

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Fresh and crisp winter walking in the Tame Valley

Fresh and crisp winter walking in the Tame Valley It’s never too cold really to get out for a walk, and theres a lot to be said for getting out when the air is cold and crisp. Fortunately there have been a few mornings in the last week that were ideal for a morning walk. […]

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Autumn wanderings along the water

Autumn wanderings along the water Family events and circumstances really have thrown our regular walking pattern into disarray, we will get back to old routines but the last few months have been pretty disrupted with one thing and another. Having said that we did manage to have quite a decent walk alongside the River Tame […]

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Wandering around Reddish Vale

Wandering around Reddish Vale Another day and it was another short drive to spend some time wandering around Reddish Vale country park. It was pretty much a case of the usual suspects when it came to the wildlife with the exception of a pond turtle/terrapin that was soaking up the sunshine on a floating platform […]

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Springing into life along the Peak Forest canal

Canal life along the Peak Forest canal I have posted pictures and words about the Peak Forest canal on many occasions, and the pictures in this blog post are from the stretch of the Peak Forest canal that is close to the basins at Bugsworth and Whaley Bridge. Our recent walk really did have a […]

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Walking on the Longdendale Trail

Walking on the Longdendale Trail The Longdendale Trail is located in the Peak District and within easy access of Glossop and Hadfield. For the most part the trail is flat and easily accessible. The views are superb and it’s a route that is well worth doing if you havent been that way before. I’m not […]

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More early spring wandering along the River Tame

More early spring wandering along the River Tame A post of few words.  This blog post is another ‘picture post’ and includes a couple of sets of photographs from recent walks along the Tame Valley. Perhaps of interest in this post are the pictures of parakeets – an increasingly common sight in the UK. There […]

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Back at Reddish Vale Country Park – picture post

Back at Reddish Vale Country Park It is as the title says  ‘back at Reddish Vale Country Park’. As I have recently posted about a couple of visits to Reddish Vale Country Park, this blog post is just a ‘picture post’.  You can check out my most recent Reddish Vale post at this link and […]

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