Oh goodness me, the spring!
When it gets going it’s an overload of fresh colour, frantic activity among the birds and beasties, and – at last – some dryer ground.
I saw this season’s first screaming school of Swifts in the Trough of Bowland last weekend, and in recent walks there’ve been sightings of Wheatears on the moor near Axe Edge, Lapwings in the Goyt Valley and a pair of Ravens doing backflips (genuinely, they do this when they’re enjoying the thermal air currents) near Windgather Rocks.
The bluebells are full on, the wild garlic is nearly over and the Red Campion is gearing up for a summer carnival.
In short, it’s a great time to be out there.
I’m offering a special 60% spring offer on 1-1 coaching walks for those of you who fancy combining this spring abundance with some deep thinking and positive action. You can take the session anytime as long as you book it by the end of May 2018.
To book, contact me – Victoria – at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 01625 425049 and quote ’Spring walk’.