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Squeezing my left leg into the car, for a drive into the forest on this very dull day, was less painful again today. As I did so I admired the Félicité Perpétue rose facing me. This, and all the rest of today’s photographs were taken through the passenger seat window.
The planting in the lane opposite All Saints Church Milford on Sea was at its best.
Thinking that we might be rewarded with a sight of our first cygnets of the season, Jackie headed for Hatchet Pond, where this proved to be the case.
A rather high and mighty black-headed gull took exception to our presence.
Motley cattle roamed the woodland along Brockenhurst Road,
where foxglove flowers flourished.
This evening we dined on second helpings of the Forest Tandoori takeaway meal from two days ago.