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Walks in the woods

April 21, 2018

Betty Daw’s Wood in Gloucestershire is famous for its carpet of wild daffodils. We visited on the second Sunday in April. No one else was there, just us and the birds.

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Yesterday we were in our local wood, where violets and primroses are succeeded by celandines and wood-anemones before the bluebells take over. Cherry and blackthorn were in flower at the edge of the wood. Sadly there was evidence that humans as well as wildlife inhabit this wood. As one emerges onto Palace Fields there is one of the best views of Wells Cathedral.

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