Okay, maybe I’m being a bit optimistic about the ‘summer’ but if you’re in a sheltered spot when the sun shines it’s absolutely lovely. And lovely weather calls for a swim… or a paddle. I’m jolly glad that the farmers have left the old water troughs in the fields.
Ooh it’s lovely, even if it is a bit green and slimy – it makes me want to hoochie on down and have a good old wriggle around in it.
But that would be too naughty wouldn’t it so perhaps I should just stand here for a while.
Before I leap out – all cool and refreshed.
And ready to finish our walk in the sunshine before those clouds catch up with us.
We did our usual walk but decided to cut through the woods where they were doing some tree work last year. It’s all going to be a sea of bluebells soon and the criss-cross paths are really nice to walk along.
It’ll be lovely when the bluebells are out.
Here I am back at the crossroads and the big chunk of wood – with just one single solitary feather, I think the secret feather police have been out again so the mystery ‘feather leavers’ will have to get to work collecting more feathers.
Ooh er, the clouds are starting to win.
We’d better get a move on, I don’t want to get my stick wet.
Phew, that was lucky… me and my stick are safely back in the car.
This stick was worth 2 pieces of tripe. I’m always sad to see them go flying off into the hedge but I’m always happy to get the tripe in return.