I love this time of year: even if it rains, the layer of straw covering the path means we don't get particularly muddy, and I love walking on the straw.

The straw is rather more treacherous this year than last as there are still large cracks in the path because of the drought. The straw has just floated over the top, which makes for some interesting moments.

Here are two of the last swallow brood. They must be nearly ready to fledge, as the little nest they're sitting on isn't the one they were hatched in, which is further up. The parents have very considerately nested over the hens' droppings board so I am clearing up after swallows as well as hens at the moment.


Val said…
Lovely photos :0) Thanks for sharing that walk

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