It snowed. At the beginning of December. So rare in the Forest. Harry’s lead walks and a broken car meant we didn’t get out to enjoy it until today. (more…)
Harry’s walks are still on the lead and short, to allow whatever is causing his lameness to recover. We head to Linford Bottom, close to home and with a wonderful variety of walks to take from it’s car park. (more…)
After a month of slight and intermittent lameness, Harry’s visit to the vet yesterday evening consigned him to short lead walks for at least two weeks. (more…)
Linford Bottom is home ground to us, being only a mile away. For speed today, owing to other commitments, both Harry’s walks are from the car park there (more…)
Ridley Wood stands just to the south of the A31 between Picket Post and Burley. This ancient wood is a marvellous place to walk (more…)
A morning walk on Rockford Common and over to Ibsley Common in the evening. A wonderful day of clear skies and a very strong, cool north-easterly breeze.
We headed over to Dur Hill Inclosure to see if we could find some outsize fungi that populated one area a couple of years ago. Although we didn’t find those, we did find a lovely sunset, which was very unexpected.
A repeated evening walk on Ibsley Common accompanied by another wonderful sunset.
This time of year just lends itself to lovely mellow evening light and the best sunsets.