What I saw (3) on my wander today; and One / 240

One of my friends has been trying to persuade me to get out in the sun, so today I agreed to go for a trundle around the back lanes in my wheelchair with him showing me a good route, social distancing all the while…

I had been concerned about going out, as I have been isolating, but going the route we went there weren’t many people (although on the main road traffic is much more in evidence) and everyone was keeping their distance.

We quickly turned off the main road and it was so lovely to be in the fresh air and sunshine, seeing the flowers and above all hearing the birdsong….

I will show more in the next few days, but here’s the first image

Now I’ve got to pluck up the courage to do the route on my own….I have to say, I did feel more secure having my friend there as an extra pair of eyes.

30 comments

  1. Good to hear you got out. And even better that you enjoyed the fresh air and good weather. Cold air from the north coming on Sunday, so go again before that hits. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Hope there weren’t too many obstacles Sue

  3. Well done you, what a treat. The first of many I hope.

  4. He would have enjoyed your company, Sue. I agree it’s more satisfying to do it yourself, but you probably wouldn’t relax and enjoy the blossom and all that greenery 🙂 🙂

  5. Oh so good that you can get out feeling safe. More delights coming as you see in all its variations

    • Sue

      Well, reasonably safe in that there weren’t too many people bout, but I shall still be nervous the first time I do it on my own

  6. Beautiful photo and glad you got some fresh air. There is nothing wrong with having a friend with you even from a far. 😊

  7. Well done, Sue. A sanity-saver. With you coming at speed people know to give you 2 metres, virus or not, so you’ll be safe on your own. 🙂

  8. I am so glad Peter and Mo have been persuading you to go out 🙂

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