With the absence of travel abroad in this most unusual year, I’ve been taking a closer look at the wonderful scenery right here on my doorstep. I hope you enjoy this trip around Yorkshire UK, as much as me!
We’re going to visit the fabulous autumn tints at Thorp Perrow arboretum in North Yorkshire, and the Royal Horticultural Society gardens at Harlow Carr in Harrogate. Then we’ll take a trip to the sea shore in Filey on the East Coast of England, before finally visiting the wild Yorkshire moors, where the Bronte’s wrote their fabulous stories.
First Thorp Perrow arboretum near Helmsley North Yorkshire, in all its October glory…
RHS Harlow Carr take a bow…
Who doesn’t love a trip to the seaside? This is Filey, east coast UK.
The wild Yorkshire moors, atop the spine of England, known as the Pennine Hills.
Walking with Betty close to our home makes this unprecedented lockdown experience a real pleasure. I hope you get the chance to visit this most beautiful county of England one day, and be inspired as I have, to dream and think, and dream some more.
With my love to you all,
About the Author
About the Author
A menagerie consisting of dogs, cats, horses, a donkey, several guinea pigs, a husband and three terrific children, keeps Susan busy when she isn’t writing!
She enjoys entertaining, travel, and going to the theatre. To relax she reads, cooks and plays the piano, and when she's had enough of relaxing she throws herself off mountains on skis, or gallops through the countryside singing loudly.
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Welcome to Exotic Destinations, Susan! Congratulations on this new book! Love the cover.ReplyDelete
Thank YOU, Nas. It’s an absolute pleasure to be here on this exciting release day for my latest book 🥳Delete
So thrilled - it never gets old - each story is a new adventure 💞
North Yorkshire looks beautiful, and the book sounds good!ReplyDelete
Oh, Christine, it’s so beautiful here. The world is beautiful, and we’re so lucky to have wonderful images to look at on TV, books and Blogs, even when we can’t visit in person 😃Delete
Lovely new book!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Jacqui, I’ve had some amazing covers for this one!Delete
What gorgeous scenery. Wishing you much success on what sounds like an amazing book.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Sandra. Your kind thoughts are much appreciated. Happy reading to you 😃Delete
Sometimes it takes extraordinary circumstances to force us to get out and look around the local area. North Yorkshire looks gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I couldn’t agree more, Kate. These extraordinary circumstances may be preventing long-distance travel, but they have had an unexpected benefit for me, by encouraging me to look more closely at what’s right under my nose. 💚Delete
HUGE apologies for being so slow to respond - my google account decided to stall, but I’m here now, and thank you all so much for responding!ReplyDelete
The scenery is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I feel privileged to live here, Lady Fi. One of my great loves - when we were allowed to travel- was visiting new places across the world, but there’s pleasure to be found in the garden and fields near my home, and of course, on Social media, where I can share the surprise vistas and pleasures of so many places without leaving my desk :) xxDelete
wow! amazing <3ReplyDelete
Thanks, Aleksandra! I love the Yorkshire countryside. It has so much variation, it’s impossible not to be surprised by its beauty xxDelete
Wow beautiful photos <3ReplyDelete
Agata, thank you! I enjoyed taking them, as I’m sure you can imagine!!Delete
So many gorgeous photos. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
A snapshot of a memory never quite does it enough justice, but they do bring back happy memories for me - and as soon as we are allowed to travel again, I’ll be off! Enjoy!!Delete
I love the photos. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
A piece of my heart lives in England. I can hardly wait for my next visit.
As soon as travel restrictions are lifted I hope you’ll be able to visit. There are so many lovely counties in England, but Yorkshire has my heart xxDelete
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