“One does not simply go to bed before checking their Fitbit and quietly walking around the house until getting 10,000 steps” ~ Anon.
This weekend, the Photo Challenge on Weekly Prompts, the site I share with my partner GC, is Walking. This is my own response to the challenge.
A couple of days ago I drove up to the top of Ilkley Moor to meet up with cousin Angela. Lunch with Angela is always a pleasure. Good food at the Cow and Calf hotel, log fires, and plenty of laughter as we put the world to rights is pretty much guaranteed.
I told Angela about our Weekly Prompts photo challenge Walking and mentioned my friend and her Fitbit. With a smile on her face, Angela lifted her sleeve and showed me her own fitness tracker.
After lunch, we increased the step count on her tracker when we took a short walk across the moor whilst we took photographs of the view. Perhaps I should add a Fitbit to my birthday wish list!
Always a pleasure to walk on the moor and admire the view of the Yorkshire Dales beyond.
In November, the farmer who rents my land took the cattle back to his farm to winter indoors. The empty fields, minus the cows and calves (the sheep vacated in October) have given us more opportunities to take walks here at home without concerning ourselves about the above-mentioned bovine mothers becoming stressed at the presence of the dog, and us.
Walking a little ahead of me are daughters Lizzy and Sophie with their little ones and son Joss lending a welcome hand.
Walking towards the far field and zooming in we see the bottom edge of the North East edge of the airport.
(C) SueW-nansfarm.net 2019 Photo Challenge Walking from Weekly Prompts