Tuesday, 27 October 2009

Hugging a Tree

Hello, no shopping to do yesterday so instead we went for a lovely walk in Bradgate Park, this really is a magical place and as you can see the trees are magnificent and very very old, the little lady you can see hugging a tree is my friend cottonreel, we wanted to show you how big the trees are so she went and hugged one. We walked through this beautiful park and watched the children riding their bikes and walking with Mums and Dads and Grandma's and Grandpa's having a lovely time some were fedding the ducks there were lots of ducks and the deer were a little bit elusive but they are rutting at the moment and we could hear the males making a lot of noise trying to prove they were the best, we saw a field with lots of females grazing and a huge buck sat in the middle I presume this was his harem. The park also has a ruin of a house and it is where Lady Jane Grey stayed. If you google Bradgate Park Leicestershire England it will tell you the history of this beautiful place.


Kathy said...

Wonderful photos. It looks like a terrific park!

Erica said...

Thank you for your sweet note on my Blog.
Wow! That is some tree,it looks like a beautiful park.Have a great day.


Elizabethd said...

What a wonderful tree...just too big for a complete hug!

scrappy quilter said...

Friendship is so wonderful. It looks like an awesome park. Thanks for sharing such great pictures of it.

beedeebabee♥ said...

You two REALLY need a TV show!!! I love reading about your adventures! Hugs, ;)

Anonymous said...

Oh...bigger trees even at Herstmonceau in Sussex! Go see if you and Cottonreel can reach your arms around them! Bet you can't!

Hugs, Diane
What fun!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hugging Trees!
Moving Furniture!
Absolutely priceless -
Me and the other half are crying with laughter reading about your escapades.

Glad you are both ok

Love Cottonreels Daughter in Law

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