Huh! Just trying to make me jealous Bill? The outlook from my window at the moment is of next door's cosmos in the front garden waiving in the breeze. The sun is shining at the moment but the clouds are moving in! The only other thing I can see at the moment are rooftops!
Message posted by weshamers on 22 October 2011 at 1:08pm - IP Logged
View from my window in Darwen Lancs is blue sky with puff ball clouds moving quiet fast cause its windy a variety of trees blowing in the wind including oak, beech and my own privet. Just opposite are the playing fields of the school where 2 off my grandkids go to school, on the horizon are hills that are changing colour with autumn hues. Perched on top of the highest hill is Darwen tower, or the jubilee tower to give it its proper name, which was erected to celebrate Queen Victorias 60 year reign on the throne. Its a popular walk for locals from the area to walk through Sunnyhurst woods which is full of wonderful trees, a lake and a cafe and park and then up to the tower, a local beauty spot where you get fantastic views over surrounding areas, on a fine day you can see the Fylde coast and Morecambe bay, and in the other direction Pendle hill and the Ribble valley. So if ever you are passing through Darwen and fancy a lovely walk, try a hike up to the tower.lol Ann xxx
Message posted by SusieM on 22 October 2011 at 2:06pm - IP Logged
Unfortunately today I am working and looking out of my office windows sadly there is no sea view but views of the Wentworth Estate in Virginia Water which are acceptable but nevertheless would far rather be looking out of my bedroom window in Corfu looking across the stunning views. Still only six more weeks again.
Message posted by elizajay (Moderator) on 22 October 2011 at 2:43pm - IP Logged
View from my window today? My husband mowing the back lawn, in bright sunshine...and wearing his shorts! It's such a lovely day here in the North West...who can beleive that it's possible to wear shorts in the garden at this time of year?
Message posted by Kaffy on 22 October 2011 at 5:23pm - IP Logged
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