Local Pathways

First thing this morning the sun was shining tempting me to visit Attingham Park for a walk in the woodlands. Before going out on any adventure I had to wait in for a routine maintenance visit scheduled between 8.30 and 13.30.

The maintenance man arrived at around 10 am, but for some reason a job that usually takes 15 to 20 minutes took almost an hour! By this time the sun had gone in an it was almost lunch time.

After lunch I decided that there was was not enough time to do Attingham Park justice so I chose to leave that visit for another day.

Earlier in the day my customised map for my local area (as inspired by Country Walking’s ‘Walk Every Path’) arrived.

This led to me revisiting a regular local walk to see how it had changed from my previous visit a few weeks ago. When I got to the pool views I sat and rested a while, watching the ducks, geese, seagulls and fish leaping out of the water.

Harrisa Salmon with Green Rice

Later in the day I was able to enjoy fine dining on the patio as the Waxing Crescent Moon came into view over our garden.

Waxing Crescent Moon

Waxing Crescent Moon

8 Comments CherryPie on Aug 6th 2019

8 Responses to “Local Pathways”

  1. Looks like a wonderful place to walk and explore.
    Coffee is on

  2. shabana says:

    i am glad your weather is being such lovely dear Cheri :)

    enjoy your walk my friend ,viewing nature everyday is privilege

    this fish looks compelling

    • CherryPie says:

      The weather is a bit unpredictable this summer. I am making the most of the sunny moments :-)

      I love to immerse myself in nature. My garden is good for that, I have some many different birds visiting.

  3. Ayush says:

    i liked the crescent moon very much, CP.

  4. He he… Chinese people especially love full moon.
    Because it represents reunion.
    In Western context, you can treat it as a werewolves reunion.