... was a beautiful day. A real taste of summer. So Tabitha, Gareth, Cally, Flynn, The Builder and I took advantage of the warmth and the sunshine to head out for a pre-lunch stroll around the wetlands and the nature trail
I had to be a bit careful of my dodgy calf muscle and my back, and The Builder had to be a bit careful of his cough and his sore throat. Otherwise it was a lovely walk. Tabitha and I followed the path down by the baby River Rother. The Builder, Gareth, Cally (on her bike) and Flynn (in his carrier) went along the top path, which is wheel-friendly. We all met up by the railway bridge and came back on the other side of the railway, past the bird watching hides and across the barley field (where there is a footpath - we didn't just rampage through the crops!!).
I haven't been down that side of the nature trail since the Rugby Club put up its new club house with parking and stuff. We've only been walking up and down on the Grassmoor side of the railway line. We certainly didn't know that there was a new playing park. Cally spotted it immediately!
We also took advantage of the warmth and the sunshine to play outside in the garden.
The Builder put up the sun umbrellas on the patio and we sat outside to have our roast chicken lunch.
All in all, it was a lovely day.
Oh - and Flynn has learnt to roll over unaided