The Changing season
As the days begin to shorten many of you, like us, will have started to see signs of the summer slowly coming to an end. So it now feels even more important to make the most of these remaining summer days. We have been doing some decorating this week, both inside and out, but it hasn't stopped us from going some longer walks, enjoying the scenery and daily noticing changes.
The fields are changing colour and tractors and combine harvesters are busy.
A recent walk took us through fields of sheep, then barley and corn.
It was much easier walking through a field of clover
A field of newly cut grass was Tavi's favourite, he found a very wet and smelly cow pat and smothered himself in it! It really stands out on a white dog too! He usually has a shower inside and wasn't so keen on a cold shower outside!
If only we hadn't been so busy at the time, admiring the view and watching the paragliders in the distance!
On the flowering front the orange monbretia (crocosmia) grows very well in this area and this hedgerow was a spectacular sight.
Looking out to the sea the colours here have changed too, the grass on the top of the cliffs has turned to the colour of sand...
With a few days of higher temperatures forecast we will be heading to the sea to cool down.
Thank you as always for the comments you leave me I always enjoy reading them. Wishing you a happy week.