Inglewhite by happypat

Inglewhite

After I had been shopping today I thought I must really get some decent photos so had a bit of a detour up to our old stamping ground.
I lived in this village for thirty six years & Harry all his life.
After we married I came to live there, I couldn’t drive in those days so I was quite cut off. Not what I was used to at all but I eventually learnt to drive a car & liked it much better.
You can see Beacon Fell in the distance & the village school was at the foot so every school day for years I drove through Inglewhite to drop the kids off.
Our son in law also lived in this village from the age of six & indeed his mum still does so.
It was a massive decision to move eight miles away to where we live & farmed now.

Three good things:
1. Thank goodness it was a good decision & we all liked it!
2. We go up there quite often so keep on touch.
3. Drain unblocker.
Looks a lovely spot and am guessing so many memories.
February 4th, 2019  
What a sky.. nice to be able to go back to your old stomping ground..
February 4th, 2019  
Looks a lovely village and your day looks better than down here!!
February 4th, 2019  
bep
Looks a lovely rural village; so nice you still keep on touch.
February 4th, 2019  
Nice capture- I don't suppose you dropped into The Green Man for one of his famous pies for lunch!
February 4th, 2019  
A lovely village scene and composition
February 4th, 2019  
@lyndamcg No I didn’t Lynda, the Green Man was a nuisance today as the shadow spoilt the photos, you will probably see that on another photo, I picked this specially as it was the only one without its shadow across the bottom. Last time we went there they were so slow serving we’ve never been back. I think it was Paul that used to make the pies but he’s moved on about two years ago.
February 4th, 2019  
Looks a good spot to live
February 4th, 2019  
A lovely scene
February 4th, 2019  
It’s a beautiful village. That sky is amazing too.
February 4th, 2019  
Looks a lovely quiet village - nice to go back from time to time I am sure !
February 4th, 2019  
Looks lovely. Remembering a lovely walk from Latus Hall Farm to The Green Man and then back afterwards on a summer evening with four children....Hee hee! Special days. We were at the Green Man several times later too.
February 4th, 2019  
It looks like an idyllic spot but I suppose it could be lonely and isolate if you couldn't drive in those days
February 4th, 2019  
Beautiful
February 4th, 2019  
@sarah19 I remember that too Sallie, it was a nice place to visit in those days, had t seemed to have done too well in recent years, lots of different tenants though the latest ones have been there a while doing their best.
February 4th, 2019  
What a lovely village scene. Lots of history here for all your family.
February 4th, 2019  
Spring already? Very pretty
February 5th, 2019  
A beautiful rural scene, so glad you successfully managed the 8 miles, can seem like a hundred in such small communities.
February 5th, 2019  
@ruthmouch You are so right Ruth! It took Harry ages before we moved to get his head round it but now loves it!
February 5th, 2019  
The cloud formations are what caught my eye Pat but then my eye travelled down into the village scene and then through into the background to take in the Fell. A lovely journey.
February 5th, 2019  
Great shot
February 5th, 2019  
Lee
It looks a quaint village, your shot of it with the lovely sky makes it look appealing.
February 6th, 2019  
A lovely village
February 6th, 2019  
It looks like a lovely place to live, but clearly you don't regret the move. I've made my home in many places, and always felt that home was where John and the kids were. And now that I'm 'home' I still feel that way.
February 7th, 2019  
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