More Snow and trees...with the odd bird here and there...
Driving conditions were a bit dodgy on the approach and exit but I had no problems until I stopped at Sherwood Forest on the way home. I had a feeling that it'd be hard to get out of there once the car had been left on the snow for a while.
Sherwood Forest was magical...mystical...beautiful! It remained calm and peaceful until the first humans appeared. My kids wanted to see some real snow while they were up over Christmas and I was walking around wishing that they could have come on this walk with me. The peace would have been non-existent with the snowball fight that would have to have taken place but it would have been worth it. I took a small video clip to show them the beauty I witnessed today.
When I got back to the car park I had to dig tracks for the car to use as it was stuck in the snow and ice. While I was on my knees clrearing the packed snow away I couldn't help but wonder if Robin of Loxley really wore tights and whether they were indeed warm enough to keep his tackle warm n toasty on a snowy winter's day.
Two new albums are on the website now:
East Markham and Sherwood Forest. I hope you enjoy viewing them.