as far as plotting is concerned. On Monday I cut the comfrey again, added the leaves to the compost heap which I then covered with a good layer of fine leaf and wood chip. I’ll leave it be now until the end of February or the beginning of March when I shall empty it. That’s generally the first major job I do when I start plotting again. I look forward to doing it, especially if I have the robins keeping me company as I have previously.
Although I won’t be doing any more major plotting I’ll still be going there whenever I can just to have a potter round and take a few photos.
Autumnwatch has reached the half way point and will now be coming from the wonderful Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust Reserve at Slimbridge. Tomorrow’s programme will be on BBC2 at 8.30pm as usual and feature barnacle geese and magnificent Bewick’s swans.
Have a good weekend!