By the weekend I was itching to be outdoors. On the first Sunday of October, we watched the skies waiting for the morning fog to burn off.
I noticed some fantastic reflections of trees where Hebden water meets the Calder. The water was so still as look almost like a lake.
We walked across the bridge at Blackpit lock into the park. The extended early autumn rendered the park full of interest.
We spent a good hour examining trees, bark, flowers and mushrooms. We even spotted a plum tree overhanging the river.
We circumnavigated the park before passing through the gate halfway along the top path and back onto canal.
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