A Three Walk Day: A wander in Eaves Wood – The Cove and The Lots – Clark’s Lot and the Lots again (with a very excited Little S)
Another Gatekeeper (they are everywhere now that I know to look out for them).
We’ve had two Roe Deer fawns in our garden quite recently. This buck crossed my path in Eaves Wood. I’m sure that I’ve said this before on the blog, but the golden colour of their summer coat is stunning.
Morecambe Bay and Humphrey Head.
The Comma was photographed in our garden, not on any of the three walks, in an interlude whilst I was cutting the grass.
Why three walks?
Well, why not?
I was pleasantly surprised when Little S volunteered to join me for the final stroll of the day. He was almost frantic with anticipation for the coming few days.
Why was he so excited?
Because: school was set to finish, we were about to go away to the coast and if that wasn’t enough, his birthday, and his birthday party, were imminent. He didn’t pause once for breath on that final, late stroll, but chatted incessantly, as he is wont to do. I think if he hadn’t, he might have exploded.