Monthly Archives: January 2016
The north rock weir is a spectacle that people walking along the canal towpath are drawn to – it’s the noise of rushing, tumbling water that attracts them.
Winter daffodils grow in abundance since the beginning of December at Marsh Farm; I wonder if this will become a normal occurrence.
This is the edge of a small wood taking up half the area of a high and dry safe field alongside Wilden Lane. When in residence, the cattle spend their nights sheltering in the wood and their days grazing out in the open. This is also the field in which the cows and calves are placed when they are ill, and where they are TB tested. A vicious wind blows from the west through the wood, and across the open grazing area… Read More