It was gloriously sunny by lunchtime so we decided to go for a walk.
There is a rough track that leads over the hill behind our house so we thought we should be quite safe from cars and other people up there.
Just a few cows with their calves, some pheasants and one seagull.
We did pass three other walkers once we reached the lane again but we all kept at least six feet from each other and tried not to cough or sneeze.
Lots of celandines out now.
Super photos JayCee.ReplyDelete
Thank you northsider. It was good to get out.Delete
What a beautiful spring day. Under normal circumstances I guess that you would be skipping along. Instead we must look fearfully at strangers and keep away from them.ReplyDelete
It was indeed a gorgeous day. The few people we met smiled and said hello but very carefully kept their distance.Delete
I feel quite sad this evening.
You could walk a few times, or as many times as you like, around your garden without leaving your property in order to get fresh air and exercise. Do you normally cough and sneeze?ReplyDelete
I sneeze frequently due to allergies. The cough is new though.Delete
I think you should stay in your garden and stop chucking droplets out of your mouth into the air for other people to walk through as you do have a choice in this. I asked my neighbour to put my parish magazine on the grass and I would pick it up later. I went out with gloves later and picked it up and threw it in the garage. I don't want to touch it or read it in the house as it has been touched by two other people before him. I tried not to breathe in near it!Delete
There's nothing like a walk in the open air overlooking the sea.ReplyDelete
It lifts the spirits better than a glass of champagne.Delete
Quite idyllic! Keep taking your walks - it's important for your sanity.ReplyDelete
I hope your snow clears soon so that you too can take walks, if it is allowed where you are.Delete
Lovely views, JayCee. Walking in nature is good for the soul...ReplyDelete