Because my dad and brother had gone shopping me and my mum went for a walk down to the River Weaver near our house.
There were some rather smiley sheep which kept bleeting at us. The middle one had the biggest smile.
I decided I wanted to do a bit of Blackberry picking untill.....(find out what happens further down).
The tunnels are always scary when your walking through them, especially when a train is charging along the railway on top of you.
The young swans came for a feed but we didn't have any food for them.
I knew sooner or later the adults would soon arive.
I said to my mum at the start of the walk I would love to see a Cormarant and I did.
On the way back a young Kestrel stopped and sat on top of the salt mine which was nice to see. The picture isn't very clear as he was right over on the other side of the river.
Here's a view of the salt mine which supplys the whole of the UK with salt for the roads in winter. Some of the mines run under our house and sometimes you can feel them blasting during winter.
Now this is the funny part of the walk, me and my mum were staring at the Cormarants when we saw about 20 cows come charging after us and my mum was petrified when they started to chase us. Whilst my mum was running she crushed all the blackberries in the tub so we had to give them to the Blackbirds.
This is going to be my Wild Bird Wednesday post as we saw so many nature surprises round every corner.