for sofa flying with a good book, a cup of tea and a couple of biscuits!
Nowadays I’m thankful that when the weather is like it is I can mostly stay indoors. That’s not to say that I don’t venture out as I endeavour to do so at least every other day even if it’s just for a short walk.
I had to go to the horticultural society shed yesterday morning for an hour or so and on the way back I took this photo of a very bleak looking allotment siteMy sentry box shed can be seen right in the centre of the picture. It was snowing heavily so I decided not to walk home through the site and ecology park!
I was well chuffed on Tuesday morning as I spotted a grey heron standing on a nearby garage roof, but it quickly flew off when several crows started mobbing it. Amazingly I saw one again yesterday flying low across a leaden sky and another fleeting glimpse this morning!
The RSPB issued this timely reminder earlier in the week about how important it is to ensure that we feed our garden birds at the moment.
Posts including Daffy’s, Disgruntled’s, Irishpisky’s, NiC’s and Veg Plotting’s that I’ve been seen over the past week have mentioned, and shown, aspects of this wintry weather but I smiled when I read this one of Nikki’s as she writes about it being warm and sunny! If you’re confused by that then I should point out that she lives in southern California. I’m sure that some of us, including me, do rather wish that we were there at present!
Stay warm, and have a good weekend!