The Huncoat Weatherman and Walks Planning and Navigation Guru. Other interests include Huncoat History, British History, LMS Steam Railways and Model Railways.
By a Mountain Stream I like to halt on a strenuous hike to dream And rest a while by a mountain stream, Listening to the different notes the waters sing Swishing, swashing, splashing and murmuring. I could live happily, high on a mountain wing Close by the tumbling waters of an alpine spring, Within hearing of the myriad tones merrily playing Rippling, trickling, gurgling and rushing. I love to tarry on the broad mountain flank Or sitting in an alpine glade on a stream bank, Watching the varying light the tumbling waters bring Sparkling, glittering, foaming and dashing. I could happily stay forever by a mountain stream Where the air and the water are so clear, fresh and clean, Immersed in the sights and sounds the water makes In it’s eternal rhythm of crystal and white cascades.
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