This will be an extremely short write up for day 6 of 30 Days Wild as today we have been to a wedding in Bath, which involved leaving early and we wont be getting home until the wee small hours.
I said this in yesterday’s post, but today the same is true – by attempting to do something “wild” every day, I have found myself much more aware of the nature around me. In today’s post therefore, I’m simply going to write about a few moments we had during the day. No photos in today’s post though as I spent most of the day away from my camera and phone.
The drive from Poole to Bath can be done in a number of ways but the route we chose was ridiculously picturesque. We marvelled in the rolling countryside as we drove through Dorset, into Wiltshire and then Somerset. The thing about Dorset is that it really is a triple threat, with beautiful countryside, rugged coastlines and gorgeous beaches – driving along we were inspired to explore more.
The wedding was held at a hotel, which was grand and stood in expansive grounds. The post-ceremony drinks were held on the lawn outside and we went exploring further afield discovering huge trees, bright yellow daffodils and ponds surrounded by flowers.
In a random act of wildness, Teddy amused our fellow guests as he joined in with a seagull’s call. He’s pretty good at it too! Darren was walking in front of him and didn’t realise that Teddy was the one making the noise, long after the sea gull had left us!
About 30 Days Wild
What is a Random Act of Wildness?
A Random Act of Wildness is any thing that you can do in an average working day to bring a little nature into your life. They can take a few seconds, a few minutes, or if you lose yourself completely, a few hours!
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