St Dorothea’s Day - 6th February
It was anciently believed that the heaviest snowfall occurred on this day. Not so here in Wales, for to-day is mild with a slight wind coming in from the west.
Yesterday we enjoyed a woodland walk, it was quite still in the wood, the only sounds came from snapping twigs under foot and the call of crows in the lofty trees. ‘Lambs tails’ (catkins) hung daintily from bare hazel twigs and drifts of snowdrops were a delight to encounter
Swim buddies. . . . . . . . - An unusual pair at the swimming hole - the Brown Thrasher and the Eastern Bluebird. Neither one appeared bothered by the other - don't you love it whe...
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