Cold morning, and we took Bert for a walk down to the river.
and down came the rain
Already getting set for the arrival of that big low here today, but went up to Waverley for a quick visit to the beach there. Bert had a ball, chasing waves, digging, and just generally leaping around. Black sands and lots of driftwood plus a few fossils. Windy and moist, but not cold.
and wild sea
Along the wilder reaches of the river I always expect to meet Toad or Ratty messing about in boats. But all we usually find is pumice and driftwood brought down by the last flood tide. I love the brightness of clover and dandelions that have a precarious foothold on the mud-banks. Bert busies himself with all sorts of wonderful smells, and we have to keep a weather eye out to make sure he doesn’t roll in any of the more interesting ones.
along the summer river
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