Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Richmond Park

Richmond Park
Rochelle was told to go for a walk- Simon drove us to Richmond Park- wonderful wilderness with people walking, jogging, kids climbing trees, bike riders, mums with prams.
We breathed fresh air and walked to get Rochelle's labour going.

Of course there were deer in the royal park.  And a house called Pembroke Lodge- where there were fantastic views across the London landscape- over the Thames valley to Windsor.(and a cafe for a relaxing cuppa)

In this photo, viewers should be able to see right through the landscape to St. Paul's Cathedral from the vantage point of King Henry VIII's mound where he watched hunting.  This mound was once a bronze age burial ground.

The walk was peaceful, inspiring and certainly helped Rochelle on with the labour.

1 comment:

Rochelle said...

Am ready to burst!! tehe...