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Stanley
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Posted -  28/12/2010  :  04:59
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Stanley Challenger Graham




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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


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Posted - 27/09/2011 : 06:00
Brilliant clear starlit sky at 04:15. Glass up at 29.5" Shirt sleeve walk up to Letcliffe yesterday. Enjoy the weather......  Good apple picking weather! Could we see a nice flush of English Apples?


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belle
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Posted - 27/09/2011 : 23:21
Indian Summer has finally arrived, get your cossies out!


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Cathy
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Posted - 28/09/2011 : 10:55
Ha!!  We have the opposite with storms, 3 in 24hrs, resulting in some damage and a few car accidents. 


All thru the fields and meadows gay  ....  Enjoy   
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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


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Posted - 29/09/2011 : 09:53
I took my vest off this morning before my early walk. Glass steady, sun shining and temp will get near 80F. Weird! Next week we'll have rain and cold winds I suppose. Ah well......


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belle
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Posted - 29/09/2011 : 11:37
Fog this morning..so it promised heat. which has arrived now.


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Julie in Norfolk
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Posted - 29/09/2011 : 17:32
Basking in glorious sunshine here on the flatlands. No breeze. Planned stodgy warming food abandoned for lighter varieties. Annual dust removal in progress - slow progress.


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belle
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Posted - 29/09/2011 : 17:41
my absolutely favourite kind of weather here this afternoon, hot but with a warm breeze, beautiful!


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Bradders
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Posted - 29/09/2011 : 18:28
Same here ...lovely evening !


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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


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Posted - 30/09/2011 : 05:01
Looks as though it might last into the weekend for the wage slaves. Excellent! Glass 29.4", fallen back slightly. Almost 80F in Barlick yesterday afternoon.


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Cathy
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Posted - 30/09/2011 : 10:53
We had a heavy hailstorm this afternoon, there was so much it that it left drifts of hail everywhere, it was almost like looking at snow!


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Callunna
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Posted - 30/09/2011 : 16:48
In contrast to our upside down friends, Britain has been basking in the heat of the late summer (30 degrees C in our yard today - tomatoes and chili peppers ripened at last!).

Grabbing the opportunity to be able to do some more research for the second Barnoldswick walks book, I took these shots today: 

LPM

Lower Park Marina from Cockshott Bridge. No Photoshop involved - the sky really was that colour. And it's the last day of September!

 

Canal towards Salterforth And we LIVE here! Not just on holiday! How lucky are WE??? 

 Mucky Lane Soddem

NOT Mucky Lane, Soddem. Inserted wrong photo by mistake! This is near the old Silentnight premises in Salterforth.

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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


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Posted - 01/10/2011 : 07:39
Glass risen a bit during the night, we shall have another couple of days at least. One whinge though, why are the weather forecasters talking about the 'threat' of the all time record for October being broken today? I heard the word about six times in one forecast this morning.


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Another
Traycle Mine Overseer


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Posted - 01/10/2011 : 11:06
Beautiful sunrise this morning witnessed when I was on Bullholme with Misty. It does feel strange though with late light and early darkness yet temperature so balmy. Could be in the Med. Nolic


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panbiker
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Posted - 01/10/2011 : 15:42
This post could go in any of three different threads but I thought I would put it in here as it fits with "season of mists and mellow fruitfulness".

Just been for a one and a half hour ramble round one side of the Barlick Lanes. Up Esp Lane and then down the lane towards Hollins, dog-legging around the back of Cow Pature (to avoid the buttercup meadow full of horned bullocks) and back home via Fernbank.

This little circular would normally take about half an hour and it is one that we do quite regularly on a summers evening. It took an hour and half as we have been foraging on the way round, (a nice way to spend a bit of the afternoon).

The fruits of our labours have yielded over a pound of blackberries destined for pies and crumbles. We have also inherited a few nettle stings and scratches from the brambles but the end result will almost certainly make up for the minor inconvenience. Yum Yum..... 


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Callunna
Revolving Grey Blob


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Posted - 01/10/2011 : 16:43
First day of October and here we all are in T-shirts and sandals, enjoying (or some would say enduring...) the sweltering sun.

Simply had to get out and make the most of it, so checked out another walk for the second walks book.

Ian, your walk sounds interesting - I love that particular area of Barlick countryside.

Here are some autumnal shots of the walk we did today: 

Autumnal colours 1

 

Autumnal colours 2 Autumnal colours at Town Head

 40 steps waterfall

Waterfall at 40 Steps 


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