I was actually in better form today, although I'm still very dead legged, and I managed to make a good first of running 7.7km in 43 minutes or so. I'm sad that our kingfisher seems to have moved on from the cycle path, but at least today there was a handsome great crested grebe in full breeding regalia.
Sadly, at the moment there is no companion to do "the weed dance" with, it being the time of year for such revels.
Also in view, a strong showing of lesser celandine in clumps along the path. And when I got round to Sconce Park, the kestrel that watches over Devon Pastures swooped low above before flying up into a tree.
Despite disappointments, I'm still lucky to be able to see what I see.
|Lesser Celandine by London Road pond
|Great crested grebe in the far distance
|This open crocus was awarded to me for completing my run