Spring lambs, Daffodils, and a cheeky Muscovy Duck
It’s such a beautiful time of year to explore the countryside. I find spring is good for my soul! After a long winter it’s finally here (although still cold!)
I went on a beautiful country walk this morning around Ilkley Moor, and what was most memorable were the beautiful daffodils of differing shades and spring lambs kicking their heels and wagging their tails whilst suckling milk from their mums. I felt joy at these precious sights, and forgot about other things for a while. I was in awe at the delicate beauty of the flower, and captivated by the energy and playfulness of the little lambs, who radiated happiness!
Nature isn’t a panacea for all my woes, but I found today very soothing and I feel refreshed. On Saturday evening, I visited Golden Acre Park and fed the ducks. (Rock and Roll!:)) There is a Muscovy Duck there who is such a confident character, I read a couple of local birding blogs, and it seems others have had encounters with him, apparently he’s bitten a couple of people. I would say he is a cross between a goose and a duck, he has the cheek of a goose. I enjoyed his company.