Saturday, July 16, 2011

Holiday Pics.

We are giving up our blog today to let mum post some of the pictures from their short break on Exmoor last week.

This is the River Lyn which runs from the high ground of Exmoor down to the sea at Lynmouth.

This is the water powered funicular cliff railway that goes up the very steep cliff from Lynmouth to Lynton. It was built in 1890.

The views are beautiful from up there.


There were flowers all the way along the walls from the railway to the town.

Going back down with the other carriage on it's way up. You can see how steep it is.

Back down in Lynmouth harbour.

There are lots of lovely old pubs , houses and cafes.

Leaving Lynmouth we headed into the Valley of the Rocks where the goats run freely. They seemed to be hiding that day though.

Then we took the private coastal toll road which runs along the edge of the cliffs.

Hopefully I will be allowed to post the rest of the photos soon.
A quick update about myself. I am doing very well. I went back to the hospital two weeks ago for a check up and the infection had gone at last and the wound is now healed. I am doing most things I did before but no heavy lifting yet, and the boys are getting me walking further and further, although I still have a bit of trouble with a painful pulling feeling going up and down hill. Thank you to everyone for thinking of me.

32 comments:

  1. Beautiful country! thanks for sharing. We are glad you are doing som much better!

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  2. Such a beautiful place that is and I love the fancy ride up the mountain. I'm so glad you are doing so much better and that the boys are walking you!!!

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  3. These were wonderful pictures, I am so glad that you shared with us. THAT is the best news to hear how well you are healing. Continued success!

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  4. How bootiful - the mom loved yer piccys. We is so glad yer mom is feelin better!

    Fanks fer comin to my purrthday party!!

    Trooder

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  5. I am so jealous of the holidays you take! I'm glad you share the photos so I can live a little through you! I'm very happy to hear that you're doing better, too, and I hope that quickly all of the aches and pains are gone for good.

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  6. We love those pics. Thank you so much for sharing! And we are very glad to hear you are doing so much better.

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  7. Very pretty, but those spots need more Flynn and Eric.

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  8. Thanks for letting us know how you are doing Eric and Flynn's human! The photos are nice, but we were really wondering about your well-being! I am happy to know you are so much better.

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  9. Breathtaking pictures! Mom says the last one reminds her of Ireland. So glad the infection is gone!

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  10. What an absolutely beautiful spot! Thank the boys for letting you post pics.

    It took me about three months for the pulling feeling to abate, and your surgery was more extensive...take it slow. You only get a chance to heal right once! Glad to hear you are feeling well and the infection is gone. xx Trish

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  11. Pretty pictures and glad the mum is doing good.

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  12. Thank you for sharing your pictures of Exmoor with us! That sure is a purrty place!

    We hopes you continue to feel better!

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  13. Great photos! Thanks fur sharing with us! Makes us wish we could visit!

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  14. Great pics! Those view are beautiful but Mom says she would be askeered of that steep hill!

    The Florida Furkids and Angel Sniffie

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  15. Äiti writes: thank you so much for this post, and it is great to hear good news about your health. Your photos of Exmoor are so lovely to see - I remember the first time I drove through the great Valley of the Rocks - it was awesome. And the goats were there too! And riding my motorbike up Porlock HIll - not good for someone with vertigo. Sometimes I do miss bits England :)

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  16. What a truly lovely place! I am glad that you are doing so much better and that the boys are taking you for walks.

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  17. What a stunning area! The pics are gorgeous, you must have had a wonderful time. That second to last pic makes the mom think of the scenery in the 1995 version of Sense and Sensibility, Emma Thompson's. :-)

    We're glad you're doing so well--we appreciate the update! Continued purrs and universal Light!

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  18. really nice pics, good holidays spot....

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  19. Those are such good pictures. I really like the flowers on the wall. That sure looks like a super place to visit. We are really glad to get that good update on Mom. That is terrific news. Have a great week end.

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  20. Scott says Exmoor looks lovely and that he hopes to go down that way next summer! That can only man one thing for us though - prison again!

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  21. Thanks for updating news, we are sending love to your heart.Also thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures, this place is so peaceful with awesome landscape.I'm taking my notes here, I would love to visit there someday!
    Take care!
    hugs from mommy Léia and purrs from little Luna

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  22. Lovely photos=your parents always take such fun holidays!...We hope you handsome boys have a fun weekend, sweeties...kisses...Calle, Halle, Sukki

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  23. Oh, Oh, OH!!!!!!!!!!! Our mama totally loved the pictures....it made her so homesick for your part of the world.....you know she has been to Ireland several times and actually lived there for a year.

    We love y'all.

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  24. What a beautiful place! We liked the flowers on the wall. Thanks for sharing those photos with us. And we are glad you are feeling better.

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  25. Absolutely beautiful pictures ... I really like the one of the flowers on the wall, it is so unique! Thanks to your Mum for sharing!
    Momma Jan

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  26. That reminds me of the quaint Scottish fishing village Lochdubh from the Hamish MacBeth stories.
    sss's mom Lynne (Lovely river and place names, too by the way!)

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  27. Great pictures of some very beautiful scenes. It is so good to hear that you are doing so well. Hugs

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  28. Beautiful photos!

    We're so glad that you are doing very well. Still sending hugs and purrs to you!

    Luf, Us and Maw

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  29. Gorgeous pictures, just look at the scenery.. Beautiful. So glad you enjoyed the break and you know we are cheering here that you are doing well.. Hugs GJ xx

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  30. First of all YAY for feeling better each day and good for Eric and Flynn taking you on their walks.

    OH my gosh the pictures are beautiful. What a spectacular view from the top. Lynmouth Harbour is quite stunning too. I'm so glad you had a good trip and sunshine.
    Hugs Cecilia

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  31. So happy you're feeling better Mom!!

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  32. We are overjoyed that you are doing so well and feeling better. Thank you so much for the update! Please continue to take good care of yourself, your surgery wasn't that long ago!
    What an amazingly beautiful place. Could you imagine living in such a lovely setting? Just a chance to visit is wonderful enough! Your photos are gorgeous.
    Maybe if we close our eyes and concentrate very hard.....

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