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For a mini holiday I took a trip out of Reading to the Downs over the weekend, to the west between Newbury and Lambourne.
I saw a scene last week that took me quite by surprise.
Being an optimist is pretty tough right now. When we should be enjoying summer we are faced with this never-ending rain.
I was surprised last week to see a black rabbit nibbling the grass near Grazeley.
Electricity pylons might be essential, but few people like them. I must admit I am not a fan of them and their visual intrusion. They sit in some otherwise lovely places.
It is sad to see a tree die, but I am watching the slow death of a beautiful copper beech.
After a pretty dismal summer for breeding birds, things might have had a bit of a turnaround.
There is a spot deep in the Kennet Meadows – away from any footpaths so relatively undisturbed – where a pair of little owls live.
It is nearly autumn – the skies are blue, the air is warm, the winds are light and the ground is dry.
Now that the Indian summer appears to have become a memory, it is time for me to do a bit of gardening.