Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Monday 30 March

Dry morning walk
Later in the day the rain came back in with the wind

Big Lodge View

Rucks Path to theold mine shaft

 Many Flowered Rose - Rosa Multiflora

 Pendulous Sedge - Carex pendula

Spotted Dead Nettle - Lamium maculatum

Take Care

Monday, March 30, 2015

Sunday 29 March

The clocks went forward an hour over night, I don't think it's necessary any more, it was useful when we needed the light to work in but just confusing for folk today.
Raining this morning, not as bad as yesterday.

Weir & Fishladder bet most of you know where we are walking to this morning

Have you ever had the feeling that you are being watched? well we had a watcher in the wood, lone sheep not another in sight, sometimes they get caught in the brambles but it was quite free - just watched us as we passed and on our way back we looked for it, yes it was still watching us a little further on. 

 Primrose - Primula vulgaris in flower Spring has arrived

Lungwort - Pulmonaria officinalis was a little bedraggled but in flower

Take Care

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Friday 27 March

Dry morning so we made the most of it, had a good walk and took lots of photos

Bud burst on the Firethorn - Pyracantha coccinea

 Fish Carving on the new play area

Another garden throw out, Garden Grape Hyacinth - Muscari armeniacum

Take Care

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Thursday 26 March

Rain once again greeted us on our walk, thankfully it cleared

Bud burst on Ash - Fraxinus excelsior

 Honeysuckle  - Lonicera periclymenum



Old Cone from Japanese Larch - Larix kaempferi

Went out for dinner and called into Chorley as I had an errand to do

 There are a few of these on this building - I like this one with the specs on

Market Tavern

Take Care

Friday, March 27, 2015

Wednesday 25 March

 Frost on the ground & fences this morning

Big Lodge

 Elder - Sambucus nigra flower buds not quite open

 Flowering Currant - Ripes sanguineum

 Forsythia suspensa x viridissima = F. xintermedia

Ivy Leaved Speedwell - Veronica hederifolia

Take Care