Bakewell On A Beautiful Spring Day. Hello friends, happy Friday. So what a difference a week makes, eh!!
Last weekend was cold and miserable and this week has been so beautiful. It was beautiful a few weeks ago too. When we took a drive out to Bakewell in Derbyshire.
As it would be rude not to go when we have been waiting all winter to visit again. This time was different, as Murphy came along with us.
Bakewell is one of our favourite places to visit when the sun is shining. I love to take lots of flower photos in Bakewell as we visit every year. There is always plenty of pretty flowers to take photos of.
How beautiful is this spring blossom?
Bakewell On A Beautiful Spring Day:
I Love To Take Photos In Summer Like These: Saturday Flowers Taken In Bakewell A Few Years Ago. I enjoy photographing flowers, but I haven’t been far this year to do so.
I’m sharing these lovely flowers that I discovered in Bakewell a few years ago since they’re so lovely. These are fantastic. They’re very colourful and lovely.
All of these flowers are beautiful, and I’d love to have a garden full of them.
We are planning a garden makeover in a few weeks after taking care of the garden. Good luck to me!! What are your thoughts on these flower photographs from Bakewell, Derbyshire?
They’re lovely, aren’t they? Flowers took on a Saturday in Bakewell a few years ago. Saturday Flowers Taken In Bakewell A Few Years Ago.
Bakewell is great for a day out in the country. It’s good because you can take a walk up the hills if you want too, take a slow walk around the river or even visit the shops. So many choices.
We have taken plenty of walks up the hills in Bakewell like this one:
A Muddy Walk In Bakewell:
A Muddy Walk In Bakewell. A muddy stroll through Bakewell, or should I say a Very Very Muddy Walk through Bakewell!? Haha! It was so much fun!!
We took a beautiful family drive out to one of our favourite destinations for a walk in the UK, Bakewell, a few weeks ago during the school holidays. We all dressed up nicely, but with plenty of layers to keep us warm while walking.
But there was one thing we overlooked. It’s still Winter, and it’s been raining a lot!! Rain, rain, rain, rain, rain, rain, rain, rain, rain, rain We all looked at each other as soon as we started walking and said, “Oh no mud!!”
Our way was blocked by a fallen tree. It was difficult to crawl under it in the mud. But also, oh so much fun. A Muddy Walk In Bakewell. So funny.
One of our favourite walks is up to the Bakewell Church, too. Where you can see for miles. It was so busy, last weekend though, just like summer, and maybe not the best place to train a puppy up!
The smell of fish and chips, everywhere and the sound of laughter from all the children were a lot for Murphy to take in, but he did well.
What a fun piece of music? Murphy In Bakewell On Instagram.
Bakewell On A Beautiful Spring Day: What I Wore. Here are a few more photos from our latest visit:
Bakewell On A Beautiful Spring Day:
So we kept going back to the car every half an hour as Murphy was so thirsty from the heat. We took plenty of water and food for him so he was well away.
Also, we even missed out on fish and chips this time because the fish shops were so busy and we didn’t want to que with Murphy!!
We have always wondered what is Bakewell like to live in because it looks so laid back.
I could imagine retiring out here and baking fresh pastries and afternoon tea here every morning in a beautiful country cottage. Doing the odd fell race here and there to keep us fit.
We did one run a race here and our finishing prize was a Bakewell Pudding. How cool!! Good times!! The woman who gave out our race numbers muddled them up too, and I nearly got a medal for the first woman when the reality was my son won the first man!!
It was a good job we realised at the end!! Imagine the poor girls face who won and had put all that effort in, if I had been shouted out as a winner!!
Bakewell On A Beautiful Spring Day: What I Wore. Where is Bakewell, England? Bakewell is a small market town and civil parish in the Derbyshire Dales district of Derbyshire, England, known for a local confection, Bakewell pudding.
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