This path is getting rather muddy

a lovely sunny day yesterday, but there had been plenty of rain the day before

Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

37 comments

  1. Oh, just a bit! Mud free sorties are becoming difficult, non?

  2. Mud, Mud, glorious mud . . . .

  3. The slip and slide of daily walks brings another word to mind. M*rd*!
    The one advantage is that I come back about 2 inches taller, but with boots in much need of care and attention.

  4. I am in two minds about going out in the woods today, first the snow (now melted) , then the rain — I don’t like to walk in wellies.

  5. Mud. That’s something I know a lot about, Sue. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. maristravels

    Definitely I do not like mud. I am always fearful of slipping and breaking a leg or something (having done this a few years back and broken an ankle when I lived in my former house that was only accessible via six steps. So, I avoid it where I can. Looks a tempting place to walk though.

  7. We stick to the lanes now, until that mud gets dried out. But with all the farm traffic even the lanes are muddy plus the horses leave their mark…

  8. I like mud to play in, but not necessarily take a hike in 😀

  9. same situation over here :-), calls for Wellies, but I agree, they are not kind to the legs.

  10. Muddy here as well…rain rainrain…

  11. Can’t avoid them at the moment, its just been so wet. The major issue is that many of our paths are just getting wider and wider as people try to avoid getting their boots muddy. At least this morning here the mud had frozen !

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