Walkabout in the Midlands

I had time for a walkabout on the morning of Sharon and Ronald’s wedding at Lords of the Manor before hubby and I met Elaine and Bryan for morning coffee at Terbodore in Nottingham Road, and again early the following morning before breakfast and heading home

We had a Garden Room with a magnificent view …

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Ours was at the end on the right  ..

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Short walk to the hotel …

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There are two magnificent +- 150 year old oak trees on the property.   Under this one is a Labyrinth …

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It will be lovely when it’s fully developed ..

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Roosters, hens and chicks wander around .. everywhere !

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Early Sunday morning I ventured through the ‘garden’ gate and walked down to the trout dam on the grounds of Saddle and Trout ..

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A flypast of Blue Cranes …

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.. and ducks ..

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Looking back up the hill to the Garden Room of Lords of the Manor ..

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More Blue Cranes ..

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Next post … morning coffee at Terbodore Roastery

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