On Friday, Dave and I took a gorgeous walk from our current home at Redford Farm in Shropshire, down the Clee Hill to Tenbury Wells and then on to our former home, Brook Farm in Worcestershire. We have been blessed to land in a stunning piece of little-known England, and we absolutely love it. From the windy ridge of Clee Hill to our lovely village of Tenbury, to Sarah’s Heartfelt Garden at Brook Farm, Dave and I had a fabulous day. As usual, I occupied myself by documenting our lovely excursion.
View from Clee Hill overlooking the valley
Gorgeous, gorgeous Shropshire
There was a slight breeze. A blow-you-over sort of breeze.
These walks and these views are one of the primary reasons I love England.
Buttercups and dandelions
A bit windswept
Some livestock company on our walk
Consulting the ordinance map
A walk through the woods brought us through many patches of bluebells
Bluebells make the woods magical
Dave does workouts in the woods now.
The footpath was a smidge overgrown
And one more view before we go
Crossing the Shropshire-Worcestershire border at the River Teme
All the best days end in the garden at Brook Farm.
Walking in Brook Farm’s Heartfelt Garden
I really must learn more flower names
They look like little creatures
I love the little touches Sarah adds to her gardens
A flower pot of sunshine
Garden photography is quickly becoming a favorite pastime.
Found these beauties outside the Hop Picker’s cottage.