End of a Long Walk November 9, 2015 Mike Howe 19 Comments I had the bright idea of leaving the trail and going cross country where I was sure I’d find the other trail. I did….eventually. This was my view near adventures end. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
19 thoughts on “End of a Long Walk”
Such a beautiful place to work! Glad you posted something – it’s been a while.
I have been taking a bit of a break from posting Emilie but thank you for your welcome back 🙂
At least you were presented with a beautiful view at the end, dear Mike… 😉
If you are hiking off the trail in the UK – does that mean you won’t attend the Hollywood in Media Awards on Thursday?
I send you lots of love and hope your song gets awarded!
Thank you Steffi. No I won’t be attending, it’s an awful long way from West Wales and would have cost a lot of money for just one night. Besides I have a job I can’t leave – such is the state of the music business these days! Thank you for your well wishes, it’s exciting to just be involved 🙂
Your choice it totally understandable for me, Mike. It’s not exactly relaxing to travel by plane, these days, either. Personally, I would doubt if I woud be able to actually enjoy the event with such an dosage of stress for one night.
It’s still a big day for you, tomorrow! ❤ ❤ ❤
(On Wednesday, NOT Thursday, of course).
Breathtaking! I’ve been missing your photography. But I know your a busy man. Your in my thoughts this week.
Thank you Pat! 🙂
Rather off subject, I just watched an episode of Midsomer Murders called Death and Dust. It was filmed around Beddgelert, Gwynedd. They did an excellent job of showing off the scenery of the area. I’m sure there are times when your job, like any other, gets frustrating, but what place to work off that stress!
And coincidentally this shot was taken just a mile up the road from Beddgelert, I shall look out for the episode
It sounds like a nice challenge you gave yourself, Mike. Let me use an understatement: I like the view and light 🙂 ❤
All the best,
It was a bit of a slog Hanna but as you can see it was worth it 🙂
I just learned a new but important word: Slog 🙂 🙂
What gorgeous scenery you have there!
And the best part is I was actually working when I was there! 🙂
Love your “office.”
Glad you made it, Mike! 🙂 That view’s a beauty.
Thanks Jo, it was a grand day out 🙂
A beautiful picture Mike. I’ll get to Snowdonia one day! Didn’t quite get that far when we were on Anglesey in June. With all the places I have still to visit I think I’ll have to get myself a camper van! You are very lucky being able to live & work in such a wonderful landscape.