No time to waste thinking about cleaning, washing or ironing- the sun was shining and a walk round Dinefwr to see the bluebells was far more important.
Newton House looked splendid in the afternoon sunshine but there was no time to look inside as a sea of blue could be seen in the distance- the bluebells!
As always on our walks we seem to attract a four footed follower- this cat was very friendly and wanted lots of tickle tums!
Further along the path we came to the ice house which was beautifully camouflaged amongst the grass and trees.
We knocked on the door but there was no one in…spooky! No ice either!
Our friend was still trying to get our attention by scrambling up the trees and looking cute!
There were bluebells all around and their scent was just delicious. Campions were in abundance together with celandines and buttercups.
We were on the look out for some deer and followed the Brown Route through the woodland stopping frequently for views of the castle and Newton House peeping through the trees.
At last, there in the distance was a small herd of the deer just relaxing and enjoying the Spring sunshine- just like us!
The air suddenly lost the lovely aroma from the bluebells to be replaced by the whiff of garlic! Such a pretty sight with the sunbeams shining through the glade.
Not sure what the mallard was telling us but it wasn’t too polite!
Back home with the sun still shining the lambs in the field have settled right in and have claimed the field as their very own!