Oh yes, what a busy morning. Me, Reece and a kidney vetch plant started out. The plan was to snip back going north, from the underpass, but the kidney vetch needed to be planted south so we travelled southwards.
This is the planted kidney vetch. If we can nurture it and help it to spread, we will get the endangered Small Blue butterfly. This gives us a better chance of becoming something a little bit special and interesting.
Looking up and down the greenway shows a nice clean and dry path.
And the view from the gate shows how misty it was today.
Later on, we met up with Dan from Sustrans and things are starting to move forwards with our licence for the whole run to the NCN 41 pick up at Draycote. This is great news and I am confident that we can really push on with this.
No real wildlife opportunities but got to try out my new camera settings on a couple of bits.
Happy with the focus and depth of field.
As we were chatting with Dan, a robin could not help but keep earwigging on our conversations. Amazingly tame and curious.
Next one is starting at the underpass and going north just snipping back brambles, next Monday 28th start at 1:30. Travel light with just snippers.
Thanks, Reece and Dan for a great morning.