We shall not all sleep; but we shall all be changed.
And changed I was, from my jogger pants and t-shirt into my khaki linen shirt and my favourite jeans. Then forward to Hunningham I went with zoefruitcakefor a spot of lunch
And then began the walk and I took some pictures:-
The first cache was in view of the pub we had just left.
I took this using full zoom on my camera phone so excuse the blurriness.
There was a lovely babbling river we were walking along. This made the air cool, fresh and spring like. The beginnings of fresh greenness erupting from the trees.
Swans, ducks and other water fauna also made the most of the beautifully warm day.
With spring comes the inevitable spawning of life. From frogs and fish to men and polar bears. Most importantly to sustain man’s ever growing populace, he must feed himself. Indeed, the very food that man eats must reproduce and spawn. Spring brings not just greenery but also lambkins. Behold! The lambkins! Soon all these will be Sunday dinner. Nomnomnomnom.
The variegated greenness that purveys the countryside when viewed from the air makes England look like a patchwork duvet cover. One day, this field will be brown before going off to make flour (which perhaps will go to make the dumplings for lambkin stew)
No journey would be without the obligatory arty shot. This would make a bloody good desktop background don’t you think?
Or an advert.
And then once more, sheeps. Sheeps. Constantly bleating. Bleat bleat bleat.
The only way to shut them up is to kill them all, put them in a pot, with stock, some veg and some nice dumplings.
Here you can see:
Waitrose Cornish Clotted Cream Ice cream, Tescos Toffee and caramel faux Ben and Jerry’s, Tescos Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate ice cream faux Ben and Jerry’s Phish Food thing, raspberry sauce, nuts, flake and wafers.
Oh and a spoon.
Which I ate it with.
The trumpet shall sound!