Sunday, 26 May 2019

Post Bluebells and running Roe Deer

Well what wonderful weather we have had all week! Up until now...
We have been really busy up here with full occupancy of our holiday cottages. Its great to be able to hang the washing out to dry as much as we can, and obviously this also helps toward our continuing ethic of being environmentally friendly. 

Bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) by C Whitling

Poachers Hideaway friend Chris Whitling photographed our amazing crop of Bluebells this year.
They have died off now but lots of other beautiful wild flowers are making their way through the undergrowth, there will be many flower photos to follow over the next few weeks!

Down Bluebell Wood by C Whitling

A beautiful Bluebell by C Whitling

Poachers Hideaway residents Destiny and Leah also enjoyed wandering around the bluebells, Leah a keen photographer was directing her sister and resident Ringo to model for her... one of her clients managed to follow instruction!




Running through our wildflower meadows

The Bluebells have gone for another year but there is much more to see in our little area of outstanding beauty, we seem to have a lot of Roe deer this year (Capreolus capreolus)

We love dogs up here at Poachers Hideaway and welcome them all in our cottages. We have a house guest this week, Jenny a lovely black lab she enjoys bounding around the fields and playing with all the other residents animal or human!