Two years ago I went for my last walk in the woods with a friend. Today I bring you my post from that day. It was the woods I can just see the edge of across the golf course here, Little did I realize that this would be my last walk in the woods - ever.
So good to see this again, and the wood grain, I can see a head, small antlers, and more in those wavy distorted lines, and you would have not known what was ahead, as always, I see your strength and determination, and with Mrs F.G. have achieved so much, I truly cannot imagine how you have done so much in these 2 years. Hope the machine is getting used occasionally, and on your trips out, you find a fabric shop or two among the cafes. Loved the photos yesterday, snow and frozen water, it makes me realise the immense difference in the climate from where I live and you up North. And, as always, I wish I was a lot younger and could travel to meet all my friends in the North.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos in that post. I can but slightly imagine how your life has changed and how I'd be if excursions into the forest were no longer possible.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing it. It must be a mixture of feelings, seeing that.ReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures from your last walk.ReplyDelete
You truly are an inspiration what you can accomplish when life throws you a hard curve!!
God Bless You and Mrs FG.
Wow, two years! Well, you have made good use of the time and learned to get around. I enjoy your posts and comments.ReplyDelete
I too have truly enjoyed what you have made of your altered situation. I haven't read that last walk post yet but I will.ReplyDelete
Many thanks for the link, I went over and had a look … beautiful photographs.ReplyDelete
My good wishes to both you and Mrs FG
All the best Jan
oh wow, i can't believe it has been 2 years already!! you have done well, given your new circumstances, i'm sure it has not been easy. i am always sending my best!!!ReplyDelete
Oh, the store of memories you have.ReplyDelete
We have so many 'lasts' in our lives and we never know when they will occur. It was good your last walk was an enjoyable one in an environment you loved and respected.ReplyDelete