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Our first asparagus harvest: worth the wait

Two years ago, at the end of what we were told had been the coldest March for fifty years, I cleared a layer of frozen snow on our allotment and planted fifteen asparagus crowns that we had ordered from the Royal Horticultural Society, but which arrived just as a blizzard moved in. 2,143 more words

Poetry

the day without the squirrels

After hearing about the sand dunes and the red squirrels at Formby, I wanted to make it out to there last summer but for unknown reasons, didn’t.
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Patterns Of The Sea.

Always blows my mind how consistent the patterns in the sand are. How does this even happen!? I would love to see a time lapse of these patterns forming. 10 more words

Photo

Who hath desired the Sea?

Bright, winter sunshine is a precious commodity and ought to be cherished. So when, one Saturday morning, I twitched back the curtains and drenched the bedroom with icy-pale light, I felt the effects of last night’s Guinness recede under a keenness to be by the sea. 413 more words

Exploring

If you go down to the woods today... by *Psycho Delia*

You might get blown away!

It is not as wild here as in some parts of the UK, but it’s bad enough!

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A day out to... Formby Beach

Morning everyone! Just a quick post today to share some photos that I took on our trip to Formby beach last Sunday. It was a gloriously sunny day and the beach was full of fellow dog walkers. 61 more words

Life

Red squirrel recovery

Following recent positive reports about red squirrels in the north of England, we revisit the story of the red squirrels at Formby. Countryside Manager Andrew Brockbank charts a challenging few years for the red squirrels on this stretch of the Sefton coast in Lancashire. 368 more words

Outdoors