Very tired this morning, not much to say.
Everyone, please consider signing this petition, these forests are ours and most of the coniferous woodlands enjoyed by so many in my part of Britain were planted as national assets. The fifteen million pounds the government currently spends on maintaining and protecting these huge areas of woodland is in my humble opinion worth every last penny.
A spread of pictures today, the first in the bright frosty sunshine this morning on the way back from the cottage. The snow is a little less today despite a light overnight fall but the sheep that remain in the fields are having to work hard to find food, though it has to be said that most are having supplementary feed.
By late afternoon, a light cloud cover was forming but the temperature still plummeting and the horses were glad to be in and fed.
On the drive home I stopped in the dark to get some shots of the “Old Man’s Baccy” I had seen earlier and immediately began to have doubts as I got out of the Landrover. It was freezing! By the time I finished the tips of my gloved fingers were beginning to throb, (oh how we suffer for our art?)
It was minus 7c……