This weekend we were blessed with a break in the rain and a lovely sunny Saturday. We took the opportunity to explore a new area near our home in Bath, England. As active participants of country walks through the English countryside, we love finding new paths to enjoy. We begun our walk through the town of Bathford up to the woods in the area known as Browns Folly. My eldest had come here on a school trip this year and we had heard much about the mines and the ground flora we could find in the area. We indeed did find some of the King Alfred’s cakes and the wild garlic. We also found a lovely horse that was very friendly, got stung by nettle, and covered in pollen as our path took us through a massive yellow field of blooming rapeseed plants. It was yet another day out in England where every ten minutes one of us would exclaim either how beautiful it was or how much we never want to move. It is hard to feel sad or stressed out when you are outside scenes that look ripped out from a storybook. Not to mention the tower that was so Rapunzel-esque and the beautiful view of our town below. Here are a just a few of the many photographs I took on our country walk journey through Browns Folly and Monkton Farleigh.
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