Yesterday I finished all the tasks left to do after the funeral. The District Nurses picked up the last of the equipment and end-of-life drugs from the house and I took the donations to St Teresa's Hospice. Now for the next chapter.
Buster and I managed a longer walk than usual we followed an ancient path that circles part of the outskirts of the town. The wild flowers are in abundance and Buster and I really enjoyed the walk. Even if Buster did insist on eating the grass.
|This bit looks good|
|Okay I'll not eat any more|
|This part of the ancient byway runs between a local supermarket and the|
|Looking the way we've just come|
|Flag irises are everywhere, the old beck is also a|
water drainage ditch for the bypass and so there is slightly
more water in it than usual.
|One of our 'landmarks' is the 'Brick Train' which is viewable from the A66 bypas.s Holes were deliberately left in the structure so that bats could make their homes in it and there is now a thriving colony.|