#ScenicSaturday 03/Dec/2022

The pictures in this series were all taken in December, though not this year. My digital picture library started with my first DSLR camera, bought a while back. I share them here to show #ourworldiswonderful.
Taken in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England, this one shows a small footbridge taking the path over a private drive to what was the village Vicarage many years ago. The path follows the route of the old railway line that used to collect and deliver coal, stone, and iron derived from the local geology. That was finally abandoned in the 1960s, along with many other rural railways. The picture was taken in early December 2021.


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These posts of our wonderful world are weekly, but I also continue to Tweet one each day (unless Elon Musk’s takeover renders the platform unusable for people with a concern for the truth), with the hashtag #ourworldiswonderful, join me here if you wish.


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11 thoughts on “#ScenicSaturday 03/Dec/2022

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    1. Glad to know they are helping, Lynette. I’ll keep them coming as long as I can. This path is currently temporarily out of bounds as the Forestry Commission are cutting trees along the length due to 3 different tree diseases affecting oak, ash and larch. But we know plenty of other routes, so lots of opportunities for walks still! Keep warm during that last stay.

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            1. We are due winds direct from the Arctic starting tonight, apparently. And we have a planned power cut tomorrow for some power line maintenance! Good timing, eh? Still, it’ll be nowhere near as bad as your temperatures.

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              1. Great – excellent planning! It’s interesting that the storm we just came through originated in the Pacific, not the Arctic as one might expect. Stay warm, Stuart. That will be a day for hot chocolate, a good book and a big blanket!

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                1. Turns out, for the 2nd time, they couldn’t do the planned tree trimming near the lines for some unspecified reason. No doubt, we’ll be given a 3rd date for the work at some time in the future! Still, at least the house stayed warm after the very short power cut this morning!

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