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Bellingham to Byrness

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Todays walk was actually a great one, dont know why but i expected it to be a bad one. Started out over moors then through some forests, not forests like yesterday though... These was full of wildlife... I love wildlife so cheered me up, walking along admiring the animals. At one point we had a steep and muddy climb and when i stopped for a rest, a little robin flew down and landed on a branch... As i looked it hopped along the branch really close :) then as i got to the top of the hill i looked behind me and couldnt beleive my eyes! The robin was hopping along the path following us still. So i opened my backpack and gave it some of my cheese sandwich, dunno if it had young but it seemed to take the food away bit by bit. Later after miles of forest walking... (Northumberland is the biggest in britain) we arrived at a clearing with picnic benches and toilets. As we sat down we got another visitor hopping around our table, not sure on the type of bird, another to share my sandwiches and peanuts :) as we cleared the forest we say more horses and Llamas. All day i kept seeing bright red mushrooms cant help thinking they might be poisonous. The last photo is the sign we keep seeing as we walked the border between England and Scotland :)
16th Sep 2009, 18:39  

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Viv says:

glad you had a good day - your bird is a chaffinch and your mushroom/toadstool a fly agaric (Amanita muscaria). Not a good one to eat!

16th Sep 2009, 21:20

VENOM says:

Finish in sight, Finish in sight!!! Yay get it finished!!!

17th Sep 2009, 13:21

Anonymous says:

Viv im impressed :) did you know that without checking.

17th Sep 2009, 19:16

heehee it looks like you're trying to wee on the llamas!

19th Sep 2009, 20:34

RedDevil says:

hahah Para, its a blade of grass honest :P

19th Sep 2009, 20:40

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