Archive for the tag 'Dothill Nature Reserve'

…and back

1 Comment CherryPie on Jan 18th 2022

…A sunny but chilly walk

4 Comments CherryPie on Nov 22nd 2021

The sun put its hat on so I ventured out on a longer local walk. The walk didn’t turn out as I had planned, I missed a pathway that I was looking for. The greenery has grown much more than usual this year changing the appearance of familiar pathways. In some places the grass was [...]

6 Comments CherryPie on Jul 8th 2021

… linking pathways together

8 Comments CherryPie on Apr 24th 2021

I started my graffiti walk at Leegomery Centre, walking along the Silkin Way. The first graffiti that I noticed was on the pathway just beyond the plunge pool.
I will only share some of the graffiti because I don’t wish to promote the conspiracy theory/political message that the graffiti artist was promoting. Some of the graffiti [...]

2 Comments CherryPie on Apr 13th 2021

I approached one of my local routes from a different direction. The first thing that captured my attention was a sign for one of the trees on the ‘Dothill 50 Tree Trail’. The sign had the words ‘25 is no more’. Tree 25 was a Norway Spruce which is used as Christmas tree in many [...]

2 Comments CherryPie on Apr 11th 2021

In early 2020 an unexpected virus arrived affecting our lives, causing us to stay at home for a while to stop the virus spreading and getting out of control. During this time Captain Tom Moore inspired many people with his uplifting spirit of life and walks round his garden to raise money for the NHS.
It [...]

2 Comments CherryPie on Feb 28th 2021

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