Links & Likes March. ♡

Starlings and Hares by Rob Barnes.

Hey and welcome to March Links& Likes. I thought I would include some pretty pictures of mad March hares frolicking around with not a care in the world.  If only our lives could be as carefree as these beautiful illustrations.  Anyway without further ado….

Gina put   The Kelpies


 in Falkirk on her visit list. I would love to see these Giant horse sculptures for myself. 

Fancy a walk that meanders through a pub and ends with a Waterfall?  Let Jo  show you the way.  

Naomi tells us about  The Joy of Gorse and how the shrub’s sunshine yellow flowers  can be made into a fresh and delicious cordial. 🙂

Illustration by Lucy Grossmith.

Louise  follows in the footsteps of  Peakland writer Roger Redfern and finds that things haven’t changed all that much ,since he published his own rambles in the 1960s.

One of my favourite travel boggers ‘Mary’ from Travels with the Blonde Coyote hasn’t posted in a while, but hopefully that will all change now she’s introduced her gorgeous new dog pal ‘ Vida’. What a beauty! 🙂 

Erin has visited the vibrant and colourful city of Lisbon. Me too please. 🙂 

Illustration by Louise Scott.

This fab post by Baked by Mummy Iris explores London’s Covent Garden. It looks like foodie heaven and certainly makes my tummy rumble. 🙂

 Hey did you know that there is a A Cat ~^^~ who actually works in B & M Bargains???  Check out this cute Kitty ! 

And if your planning a trip to Iceland this year , here is a very useful blog to consult I ♡ Reykjavik.

Wendy Andrews ~ Dreaming of Spring.

Thanks so much for dropping by. If you have any blog recommendations, that you think I will like, please let me know. ♡



18 thoughts on “Links & Likes March. ♡”

  1. What a really lovely post, and such a wonderful surprise to be included here 🙂 🙂 Thank you so much! I’d love to see the Kelpies too. I’ll pop over and meet the others as soon as I have a minute.

  2. Thank you for sharing these with us-always good to discover great new blogs. As for the hares- a memory came to mind, that I read somewhere, of how Boudicca released a hare and by the route it took as it ran discerned it was a good omen before fighting the Romans. There you go 🙂

  3. Thank you for the mention! I was surprised to see my own blog featured, I read the name and thought it was someone else, then realised it was my walk you mentioned, haha!

  4. I live fairly close to the Kelpies and they’re lovely, there’s also the Falkirk Wheel nearby which connects the Forth and Clyde canal to the Union Canal and is worth a visit if you’re ever in the area. Loved all the illustrations you used in this post by the way. 😊

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