Friday, July 31, 2015

Brodsworth Community Woodland

Another short local walk today, at Brodsworth Community Woodland, although I spent most of the afternoon sitting on the bench at the summit with Marshall, my support worker, admiring the views and putting the world to right.

For a change we parked in the car park at the southern entrance and so approached the summit from the other direction and had a clear view of Brodsworth Hall in the distance.


Teasel was everywhere, and many rowan trees were heavy with berries...we both thought this was very early in the season for the berries to be ripe.

I obviously didn't eat the rowan berries, however further on we found a couple of wild cherry trees with ripe fruit and some blackberries, which we ate.

1 comment:

  1. It's funny you should mention the berries being ripe too soon - I was walking with my friend last week and we both commented that the blackberry bushes were unusually early with their flowers and that the berries would be here much earlier than in other years.

    Enjoying the blog - keep it up

    Best wishes - Paula :)