Monday, 12 September 2016

Kielder Charity Walk // Day 2, Part 2


Finally, only three months after the original trip, this is the very last post in my Kielder charity walk series. Please do pop onto the links below and see the photos which preceded these!


I've said pretty much all there is to say in the previous posts so we'll keep this another short and sweet, photo only post. Thanks for keeping  up with these posts and I hope you've enjoyed them.
At the time of writing this up (9th August), I stilllll haven't edited the video and I really don't know when I will...I'm not fan of editing haha. If I do eventually do it, baring in mind I only edited my 2014 Disneyland Paris video a couple months ago, I'll tweet it - keep an eye on @UnderToWonder ;)


If I look haggard above that's because I'd just walked 32 miles in around 10 hours, over two days and we were ready to collapse.
Every signpost we passed I took a photo of because we were itching to be there already, obviously didn't include them all in this post haha. Every mile felt double of what it really was and poor Dad had ruined his feet the day before so although he didn't complain once, it must have been way worse for him than me.
Luckily we had steady weather as in the sun and rain weren't playing the hokey pokey, and it was a pretty straight forward walk minus one tiny detour we ended up on. I know it was a difficult hike overall but I'd do it over and over if it meant I could stay there forever. Kielder holds a huge part of my heart and I won't be leaving it as long in between visits as we did this time.



10 comments:

  1. Stunning photos, Danielle. The first one, at the top? What a view! I can see why you love Kielder so much. It looks like a stunning place to visit. x www.aimeeraindropwrites.co.uk x

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    1. Thank you!! Right?! It's amazing. It's been named the darkest place in the UK. Has the least amount of man made light pollution. Lush, lush place!

      xo

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  2. Ah, beautiful shots here Danielle! I love the photo of the daisies and the close up of the ferns. The shot of the chaffinch is gorgeous too - they're such lovely birds! I can definitely see why this area has such a special place in your heart, it does look gorgeous and I must go to Kielder someday. Well done to both of you, again, for completing this too! - Tasha

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    1. Thank you!! It really is my favorite place ever.
      You must come stay with us when Kerri and I go for our little holiday in the cabins eventually!
      Thank you <3

      xo

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  3. Ahh, the last post :( But the photos are so lovely and I need to see more of them!!

    Congrats to you both, I'm super proud of you (not that that means much...but I am!). You go guuurl.

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    1. I know, I'm a bit gutted.

      Ah thank you <3 <3 It does mean a lot! Can't wait for us all to go there together (perhaps with 2 doggys!)

      xo

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  4. Another lovely post, I love your photos, they are really nice. x

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  5. Beautiful! I love the pictures you took especially the one of the bird and the closeup of the green leafs!
    Jade xo

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