We then went off for our walk , mostly on territory already trodden, the wild daisies are now popping up between the dandelions, still masses of butterflies around. Verdant green and shiny leaves and blossoms gathering weight and form really define that spring has sprung and walks out are punctuated by the crake of the plentiful pheasants, a shame there isn't an r in the month. Actually Guinea fowl is a really tastey replacement for modern tasteless chicken, M&S often have it in at present but sells quickly. We have a half shoulder of lamb, this years crop are already on sale locally at half or quarter lamb. A sunny day which has just got better as the day passed. I've rudden the white greenhouse shading off we are going to pint the glass white which with green woodwork will look smart and suits its roll as our shed. We had some rain yesterday so I didn't ned to water but back on it today. The remaining two bird feeders to be washed out have had a good cleansing, I must decide what goes where when the new seats finally arrive.
When I've got the Ayrshire Bus Spot out of the way I'll start on the Trafalgar Square production. Lots of others up my sleeve to keep you all occupies, the fine weather and crashing advertising rates has hit the Youtube revenue but more than made up for by the constant sack loads of DVD orders, don't forget the digital download options. As others get bored we just get more busy. I may well resume filming this week at other locations as our work would be well within guidelines, I just don't want to pick up anything nasty in the built up areas, we probably have a false sense of security here in idyllic Cheshire countryside, here are a few snaps I took on todays walk. The speckled wood butterfly has only in recent years reached the North West due to climate change.