Woos walk this morning(Lambs)

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  1. wiseowl

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    Good morning this morning I went for a lovely walk at Lodge Hill,not many lambs as yet,the wind cuts you in half,had a job to walk in places:smile:

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      Very nice Woo
      You have to give the Ewe's a big cuddle they're soon get you warm again :grphg:

      Pic 7, is that Hawthorn out?
       
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        Hello @Jiffy my friend and thank you,yes it is early this year which means?;):smile: but I didn't see any fairies;)

        In mythology it is one of the most sacred trees and symbolises love and protection. It is also known as the Fairy Tree, as fairies live under the Hawthorn as its guardians, and so was treated with great respect and care:heehee:
         
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