Saturday, 8 September 2012

Ashridge National Trust Estate

Ashridge National Trust Estate

Working on the cabin steps

It was such a beautiful day today I wanted to do as much walking and photography as possible. London will be amazing this weekend with the Mayors show and lots of free entertainment around the city. Then its the Paralympic Closing Ceremony tomorrow night which should be superb. As I am going to the Olympic Parade on Monday as a guest of Heineken I stayed close to home today.

After a short walk along the canal I headed off to Ashridge a National Trust Estate with hundreds of acres of woodland. It is so lovely up there and you can stay where families gather for picnics or wander in perfect isolation. Luckily for me it is only 15 minutes drive away from where I live.

Ashridge Monument

Pedal Power

I want to walk along this

I am such a child I want to balance across the fallen trees and jump in the few muddy puddles I have seen todayDignity prevents such behaviour as I am alone with a camera someone might decide I have escaped from a carer or had to much sun.

National Trust


Canal Bank Hemel Hempstead

Canal Bank

Keep thinking I must get a dog but as I live in a flat and I can always `borrow` a dog to walk with I have resisted. A dog would also be such a tie if I wanted to go away and its hardly fair to leave one in a flat alone all day. I do love them though so I will be out with my son and his dog
Archie tomorrow.  If I was in Wales now I would be doing this......


Robbie and Sarron

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