Home From The Hills

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The views on our arrival home in the Fens, after spending a few days in Wales and its green rolling hills, we found flat yellow land. Β They had been busy, and there is field after field of yellow gold, which will soon turn to rich brown earth, and then the growing will start again.

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I was going to blog about a little white hill top chapel in Wales, but with the holiday and a hard day at work, tiredness has over come me….. getting too old πŸ™‚

September 2016

14 comments

    1. Thank you, they have larger stacks here but they are normally square bales. It so humid here, not use to it, just makes doing anything tiring, never mind winter will soon be here πŸ™‚

      1. We used to have the square bales here, too. Now all I see is round. Winter will bring it’s own problems. πŸ™‚

      2. We seem to have a mixture of both, they have done very well this year, the fields did look wonderful before they were cut, glowing gold in the sunshine, better than damp from the rain πŸ™‚

  1. I love the smell in the air when they bale hay. Around here they put bales in a row to cover them up with a white plastic. The fields are beautiful.

  2. Wonderful colours in those pics, Lynne! By the way we were out with Leonie & Andrew on Sunday and I have some pics of that mystery ‘castle’ that you glimpsed on your way back from Lismore that time – could email them if you like. My own email is jo(at)madwolf.co.uk if you’d like to drop me a line. Stopped on the island for half an hour – lovely place!

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