A few photos and notes from the last few days.
Monday was a lovely day which was good as we had set it aside for a long awaited visit to RAF Cosford. Paul hadn't visited since the last Flight Simulator weekend in October 2019 and of course there hasn't been one for the last three years.
Two books from those I had reserved at the library became available.
Old and new together. I wonder if the building works will be residential or commercial.
Erasmus Darwin's house museum opposite the Cathedral. We didn't go inside this time.
We'd made sandwiches to eat in the car for lunch but on the way back home we dropped into the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust's headquarters at Wolesley Bridge. By this time it was mid afternoon and getting quite cold. A damp mist was beginning to hang in the still, quiet air. We had a warm drink and a mince pie as a treat before taking a short walk around the reserve. We did spot a Goldcrest and a Nuthatch but the little Goldcrest just didn't stay still long enough to photograph and I took a very poor photo of the Nuthatch which isn't good enough to show here. It was lovely to be in the fresh air and as we walked around I spotted some lovely reflections.
All for now. I'll be back with the trees later.