But today was one of those lovely summer days. Warm, but shady with a good deal of cloud cover. It even threatened rain, so after breakfast we bundled Alice into the buggy and off we set. Here are quite a few photos from our walk out of our lane and down past the hedges, calling in on some neighbours as we went past.
A Hare that got away . . . isn't he a Grandaddy of a Hare!
Here is a creek struggling to stay a creek in the hot weather. It is normally full and flowing and full of living things like fresh-water mussels, and eels. I hope they are surviving.
Some neighbours that we know well were out in their garden. We could hear their lamb bleating as we walked down towards their place, so they called us in for a 'cuddle with Daphne the lamb.'
Of course, I had to take a photo of their gorgeous rooster, Roger. Apparently, he is only at half his height!
There are such lovely things to look out when you go walking along the hedgerows.
And all the pretty little weedy flowers. It's such a shame that they are weeds.
I do believe this is Evening Primrose . . .
And I bet these well-fed cows are grateful for a cooler day.
Time to wander home. I love this gap in the hedge where we can see our neighbourhood and our house.
I hope you've enjoyed this little meander along our hedgerow, too?