A poem, a walk and a friend

I blogged about learning The Eagle today on LBC.

Walking in Kirkstall Abbey, I was surprised to find an area cordoned off – what I call the folly walk. It’s on a flood plane and frequently disappears.

However, I fell into conversation with a former art teacher about otters and oak forests and deer herds as a result of dithering in front of the sign. Which was delightful.

I ended up wandering the canal for 7km and just absorbed the outdoors daylight of it all.

However the Cherry on Top today was a SD encounter with my support bubble person. We had pizza and wine and watched Isn’t it Romantic?

Restorative just doesn’t cover it!

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