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Wildlife Diary 18/08/17

It was a gloriously sunny start to the day today, as I set out for the morning ranger patrol. At first, our resident Honeybee colony appeared to still be asleep in their hive’s beeswax cells, until five slowly clambered out of the bollard at once and set out their day collecting pollen and nectar. 316 more words


I'd Rather Be in Bridport

Win Wab… Wib Wab… Wib Wab say the wipers in the rain
Amongst the symphony of drops on the window pane
And when the big drops splash on the roof above… 93 more words


Road Trip Comfort & Durdle Door, Dorset

A couple of weekends ago, we made an impromptu decision to drive out of London for the day and visit Durdle Door in Dorset, UK… 399 more words

Fashion Scrapbook

National Trust - Brownsea Island, Dorset

My another little adventure took me to the largest island in Poole Harbour, Brownsea Island. The island is a wildlife sanctuary and will be a heaven on Earth for any keep wildlife spotters. 173 more words


From Hive Beach to West Bay

There is a National Trust car park at the beach close to the Hive Beach Café. Driving the coast road from Weymouth, B3157, the turn off for the beach is at Burton Bradstock, just before you enter the village, … 228 more words


The Pageant's Progress

It has been very pleasing to receive contact from others who have discovered that someone they may have further knowledge about, or who might have been a family member, took part in the Sherborne Pageant of 1905. 329 more words


– – – Exploring The Countryside and Lanes of Dorset – – –

I never did understand this sign! When I was at school we were taught that east and west were in opposite directions but somehow at Corfe they are the same :) ! 76 more words