November walks

  
There’s a degree of uncertainty as to what to wear on a November walk. There’s always the hope of sunshine slicing through a morning mist and the lingering prospect of sunglasses seeing extra use. Perhaps boots are in order for a meadow cobwebbed by a million dewdrops. Fog threatens to make an appearance on many November days, so a coat looks a certainty. And one should never forget a hat for those chilly reminders of the Christmas to come. Then again, you could start the month with them all just like today, and then you can wear the lot.

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29 thoughts on “November walks

  1. Beautiful Richard.. Here in the UK it was a typical start to a November morning .. A misty start, but the Sun broke through and is now shining brightly.. I hope you enjoyed your walk and the rest of your weekend

      1. I was born in Yorkshire… was brought up in Derbyshire.. I still think of as home.. and married and came to Notts.. πŸ™‚ My heart is still within the Derbyshire Peak though.. and I love the Yorkshire Dales πŸ™‚ too

  2. Great piece Richard! Brought back memories of childhood! The Great British Dilemma! πŸ™‚ Not so here today – 37 degrees and a drought! Your image of a million cobwebbed dew drops… Oh dear! Still hanging before my eyes! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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