In Thorncombe Woods we came across the ‘Gruffalo’s toilet’, a hollow moss covered tree stump
then in deep undergrowth found ferns, perfect for pixie coronetsoff we go exploring so many trails to take with different areas from tunnels of green to wide open spaces where we came across a den which Little Miss M did not want to leave
but was happy enough when we found a tree stump lying down to be climbed upon (a lion apparently!)and good for leaning back and looking up
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GARDEN DIARY Yesterday I turfed out the compost from my rotary compost maker and put it round the raspberry canes and fruit trees. If the number of worms is a gauge of the quality of the compost – I should be picking fabulous fruit this summer.