Z is for Zounds a Zestful, Zealous ZigZag

Day 31 of July Challenge 2012 and we have finally reached the letter Z. A fun challenge though tough in places! Nice to have love comments and made no blip chums along the way.

This is my daughter swimming in Windermere today! It wasn't really all that warm but she seemed very keen... She came out shivering and covered in goosebumps poor thing. All this was done at Fell Foot.

1 - A (missed)
2 - A for Apple
3 - B for Brushmaker's Black Boar at Black Hall
4 - C is for Cemetery
5 - D for Dearest Darling Daughter with a Dimple (in the Dark)
6 - E for Edward VII th postbox
7 - E is for Eye 2 Eye
8 - F is for Fabulous Frilly Flower
9 - G is for Gorgeous Girl with a Gappy Grin
10 - H is for Hordes of Huge, Himalayan Hydrangeas
11 - I is Indicator with Intricate Ivy
12 - I is for Impossibly, Inventive, Inspired Insects!
13 - J or Jeunes Jolies et Joyeux pour 14e Juillet
14 - K is for King's Head between Kendal and Keswick
15 - L is for Loud, Live and Lovely in the Lakes
16 - M is for Mummy that's Me by Mini-Me!
17 - N is for Next door Neighbours Not quite done
18 - O is for the One and Only Mister O!
19 - O is for Oh its an Olfactory Overload
20 - P is for Perilous, Poisonous, Purple Petals
21 - Q is for Quite Quiet and Quiescent
22 - R is for Ragged, Rambling, Red Rose
23 - S is for Super, Speedy, Sports Star
24 - T is for Two Tough Trekkers at Troutbeck
25 - U is for Utterly Unique with Udders for Us
26 - U is for Up Underneath an Unnecessary Umbrella
27 - V is for Veteran, Very Vocal at full Volume
28 - W for Wonderful Windswept, Wild Westmorland Pony
29 - X for X X X
30 - Y is for Yelling: Yippe, Yahoo or Yikes
31 - Z

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