Memories of Derbyshire

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Friday 06 February, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Sunday mornings,

Out on the bike,

On roads like these…

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A look back at days gone by, living in the north of England 🙂

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14 thoughts on “Memories of Derbyshire

  1. hello uncle spike its dennis the vizsla dog hay so that is derbyshire!!! dada naym chekd it in his buk shards but i had no ideea it wuz so green and pritty!!! ok bye

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  2. Do you miss England sometimes? One of my friends went to Australia on an extended trip. At first she thought it was wonderful, those great open rugged spaces and the way the landscape seemed to sparkle. But when she returned to the UK, she realised how much she’d missed the greenness of the place and the rain that helped make it that colour.

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  3. dayphoto says:

    There is that green again. RICH, lush and dark…nothing like we see here.

    Linda ❤⊱彡
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    https://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/sherlock-boomer

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  4. lassy says:

    I miss Derbyshire,Eyam where I once lived,hiking Kinder Scout,so many many memories.

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  5. joannesisco says:

    That’s a beautiful sight!

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