Sunday, 10 February 2013

I'll be home for next year darling, I'll be home for next year

Last weekend (wow, this week has flown by!) I took a little trip to Golden Acre Park in Leeds with my lovely friend Coral for a bit of fresh air and adventure. I'm a big fan of Roundhay park, which is nearer the city centre and an obvious choice for students and city dwellers wanting to escape the hustle and bustle for an afternoon, but there's only so many times you can wander around the same lake without longing for a bit of something different. And so, we headed out in the other direction from the city to see what Golden Acre had to offer. 

We had a great little time exploring the nature reserve within the park, despite lots of funny looks about our poor choices of footwear from the rest of the park population who were all kitted out in full walking gear. My chelsea boots were soon completely unrecognisable under the thick layer of mud, but they did come clean (eventually). 

This has become yet another addition to my list of places to revisit in the summer as it'd be lovely to sit by the lake with a picnic on one of those sunny days we very occasionally get. 












9 comments:

  1. nice photos and you both look really pretty! :)

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  2. Sometimes its really nice just to go exploring and see what is around. I love your photographs x

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  3. Golden Acre is my favourite park in Leeds! Its so nice to sit in the cafe when its sunny and watch the world go by.

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  4. I love a good day out exploring! I agree with your idea of going back in summer- I like to see favourite places in all seasons to notice the wee differences! Makes you appreciate them more xx

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  5. Looks like a good place for exploring xx

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  6. Oh, looks like a lovely day out in the nature :)

    Xx
    /Stephanie / http:// mydarlingsolitude.blogspot.com

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  7. I used to go to Golden Acre park all the time, and when I lived near Roundhay Park would walk Lily and Lola there. Such lovely big open space, it's great!

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