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Jörg Petersen on July 7, 2008

Lovely, Anita. This image cofirms me to travel to UK as soon as possible. Greetings Jörg

A.SKINNER on July 7, 2008

Hi Jorg, if you enjoy camping or staying in a static caravan, Howgill Lodge is a fantastic place to stay. It's surrounded by stunning countryside and is owned by some friends of ours:) I'm sure you will be made welcome but booking early is essential. Regards, Anita

Paula K on July 7, 2008

A picture postcard! Beautiful! Does this camp site have a web site Anita? My sister and I would enjoy staying in a static caravan for a few days. And do they accept dogs?


A.SKINNER on July 7, 2008

Yes Paula, it's on the web, you should find it easily and I think that they allow dogs but I'm not sure. It's only a small site and very popular so I hope you are lucky enough to stay, I'm sure you will love it :) Anita

Paula K on July 7, 2008

Thank you Anita for the info! I will let you know if I arrange a stay!


Jörg Petersen on July 7, 2008

Anita thanks for the tip. I fear i´ll have to wait up to retirement in three years. Regards Jörg

A.SKINNER on July 8, 2008

Hi Jorg, It will be something for you to look forward to. Three years will pass very quickly then you can relax and enjoy your retirement:) I wish you well, Anita

arif solak on July 10, 2008

hello ))

very nice your photos ...... please visit my photos galaria…


Greetings Arif

A.SKINNER on July 10, 2008

Thanks Arif, I will do. Greetings to you, Anita

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on July 13, 2008

You probably think that I am overdoing it Anita (-j¬), me gushing with all this praise, but quite honestly, these 'Dales' shots are absolutly right. No where on gods earth are there any places to equal this. The old Yorkshire sandstones capped with those massive stone tiles so redolent of the Dales cottages and farm houses. The Georgean windows, so elegant, so stylish. The epitomy of local architecture. How well did those craftsmen know their trade.

I know how much you love this region Anita. and it shows here in your work

I shall go before I embarrass you further.


A.SKINNER on July 13, 2008

Jim, what can I say but thank you so much for your eloquent words, I am indeed flattered. I only wish that I could express myself with words as well as you do but hey! nobody is perfect. The only way to convey my thoughts are in the photo's I take. The centuries of farmers, craftsmen and locals have shaped this landscape to the delight of many a visitor and of course myself:) kind Regards, Anita

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  • Uploaded on July 6, 2008
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    by A.SKINNER
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