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03/10/2018

October kicks in

Thank you everyone for joining with September's Scavenger Photo-hunt - once again your stories and photos were most enjoyable and it was lovely reading them all.

Right a quick post to supply October's list and to show you a photo taken from today - Moss posing at the end of a lovely path near the river Lune (Lancaster). We'd helped Eldest move back to uni (how does one lad have SO MUCH STUFF??!) any hoo as a reward, we packed a picnic, took a giddy dog and went geocaching - completely incorrectly dressed, we had a lovely lovely day - really enjoyed it.

We'd forgotten how much we love the simplicity of walking and the pleasure of the hunt of geocaching - so we are going to do again and soon.


October's words

Print
Leaves
Spot
Boundary
Flame
My Own Choice

Remember - photos inspired by a word, words inspired by the photo, it can be a recent image or one from your archive.
It should be fun and don't forget to write a little about your image - then on Friday 26th October we shall reconvene and share our posts - look forward to seeing your stories and pictures then!

6 comments:

  1. Great to hear you getting about still with cold weather fast approaching & geocaching always sounds so exciting. Oh, that list made me smile! As I lay awake in the wee hours this morning, the hunt list crossed my mind & I thought about the word flame (have a photo in mind), leaves or autumn tinted trees (your season, not ours at the moment) and also the word print or frame. Were you in my mind...... Thanks, take care & huggles.

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  2. Thanks for the words. I'll make a start ASAP as I'm still very much is slow mode! At first read the list does easy ......

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  3. We did some more Geocaching at the weekend too. It's great fun for all ages. X

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  4. I know what you mean about how much stuff....we literally had a shoebox sized space left by the time we'd crammed it all in when taking our son back to unix
    Arilx

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  5. Moss looks like he's spotted the next clue

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