Looks like a heath cliff in the distance!
Now I'm hungry for a Heath candy bar.
ha...didn't know we had heaths in Florida
As a child, we often visited Scotland for our holiday and I remember the heaths. I was even shorter then and used to graze the heather with my hand. Fond memories :)
Arizona has vast amounts of heaths, except they are covered with sagebrush, creosote bushes, and manzanita.
We have lots of sagebrush heath here in Wyoming also. Why did someone mention a Heath bar? Now I want one too.
Also a prime minister.
Ha! Just a little one. Maggie.
Never heard of them, Alex.
I'm guessing you call them something different, Mac.
I hope to be visiting some of them later this year, Nicola.
That sounds aromatic, Oscar.
Now I want to know what they are. If I discover them I'll be forced to eat one for research purposes.
And a former colleague of mine, Rosemary (no relation as far as I know).
You can wander for miles on some heath-land, Patsy. It's also popular with sheep.
I really like heathers but I wish they had more of a perfume.
After a nice rain, it is.
I do wander for miles sometimes, Carol.
Not would make them even nicer, Liz.
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