Ferry Meadows get walking day

Once again we visited Ferry Meadows starting near Caster with a cold, windy and cloudy day.

Some new and some old faces joined us for the walk. 12 set off for a walk around the area of the lake and the woods. The starting point was near the bridge with 3 arches and then onto the visitors centre for a short break to look around and have a snack.

Then it was off around the lake followed by the route to see the garlic and bluebells but although you could smell the garlic the bluebells had finished. Another wood sculpture, in addition to the large multi themed one at the entrance with butterfly, kingfishers and another item we found was one of a shepherd dipping his sheep

We saw cormorants and Canada geese by the lake and a grey squirrel on a log.

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