Well here’s the blog many of you who have been following my recent health scare have been waiting on. Yes a small adventure whilst I continue to recuperate.
This little adventure was a reward for my bravery in doing my small walks and although I am still a little tired I was looking forward to a trip to my loch where there would be swans aplenty for me to watch. On top of this I had a little side mission to free the beautiful butterflies we had watched transform from tiny caterpillars in my butterfly garden.
Arriving at the Loch I stopped to admire the view and of course some swan pals. I was delighted to also see Chandler, he’s an escaped farmyard goose who has made the Loch his home. He’s funny and prefers to hang out with the swans rather than the other geese. Can you spot him?
After a little while we took a wander to the wildflower meadow as we thought this would be the perfect location to release my butterflies. After posing for a photo with them, I opened the hatch and with a cry of freedom my butterflies flew out. I must admit after a tough couple of weeks releasing the butterflies made us all smile. Lucky for us they also stopped and posed for a few photos before waving me a final goodbye.
Just when I thought my day couldn’t get any more exciting I spotted a Great Crested Grebe with her baby, I’ve never seen a baby before so sat and watched as they dived under the water then popping backing up.
After that it was time for me to do my small walk before having a little rest before I went to see the swans again. It wasn’t long before my little eyes started to close and the hoomans decided it was time for me to go home and rest.