The days are drawing out and Attingham park stays open later giving me the opportunity to venture on longer walks. Today I ventured into the deer park. It is a clearly marked path but not listed on the visitor map. After a while I retraced my steps because I wasn’t sure how long it would take me to circle back round to the bridges that lead to the house.

Oh… I forgot to mention I had a ‘naughty cake’ (Lemon Drizzle) before setting off on my 5 mile walk.

Spring Blooms

Spring Blossom

Deer Park Entrance

Horse Chestnut Tree

6 Comments CherryPie on Apr 30th 2024

6 Responses to “A Post Shift Walk”

  1. Shabana says:

    awe such a glorious park !

    thanks for the virtual trip dear Cheri
    the flower and trees look divine certainly
    love how your part of land is overflowing with Grace of God :)
    cake sounds appealing (love lemon flavor) but you deserve it for sure :)

    • CherryPie says:

      It is a beautiful time of year for blossom and blooms. The park is a lovely place to walk at any time of year :-)

      My long walk burned off the calories from the cake ;-)

      I too love the taste of lemon.

  2. A lovely walk. I rather like Lemon Drizzle cake :)

  3. Oh dear, where are all the deer?
    I have made orange drizzle, lime drizzle, orange and lemon drizzle cakes before.
    Not bad, all you need to do is to substitute lemon with any other citrus fruit you fancy.
    Hmm… maybe I should try grapefruit one day. Though I am not a big grapefruit fan.

    • CherryPie says:

      They were probably hiding near the WWII walk or the opposite end to this path. I retraced my steps and didn’t complete the loop of the walk. Next time I will start this walk from the other end and see what I see.

      I like the sound of the different citrus fruit flavours for a drizzle cake. I like grapefruit but I am not convinced I would like as an ingredient in a drizzle cake.

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