I know, I know! I don’t post for ages and now I’m posting again. I just had to tell you about my exciting sightings today.
Bumblebee colonies die in late Summer early Autumn leaving only mated Queens to hibernate over Winter and emerge in Spring to start up new colonies – at least that’s what the books say! Over the last few years more and more bumblebees have been seen flying around in the depths of winter. So what’s going on????
I don’t know why but I’ve never noticed these cowslips at the side of the road before. Maybe they weren’t there before?
I can’t begin to explain how tired I am tonight. It’s a long time since I’ve been this knackered. So where have I been? Absolutely nowhere. Today, with the sun shining and the birds singing I decided to stay in my own garden.
We drove to the Florida Everglades today. We hoped we might see a distant alligator. We actually saw hundreds…. well at least fifty very close-up!
With all the rain today I was really missing summer, so I dug out my favourite piece of summer film and decided it was time I shared it with you. If you have ever wondered what it’s like to sit in a field of purple flowers and watch a roe deer getting nearer and nearer and nearer to you then this is the film for you.