Tuesday, 12 May 2015

A Walk In The Woods

On Bank Holiday Monday my family and I had a trip out to see the bluebells in flower at Reydon Wood, near Southwold in Suffolk. We had such a lovely time. We followed the nature trail in a loop and along the way there was so much to see. We found beautiful wild flowers here, there and everywhere, wildlife and a carpet of bluebells that made you feel like you were in some sort of enchanted wood, magical!


A sea of bluebells, wild primroses, violets and celandines were among many of the wildflowers we saw. 

My photos don't do it justice and are not showing the colour as well as I would like so you will have to use your imagination or even better plan a visit yourself. It is a wonderful part of the Suffolk right next to the coast with lots to see and do.  We popped over to Southwold for a quick coffee and ice cream after our woodland walk. We didn't stay long as it was rather busy but plan to go back soon when we have more time. I did manage to take a few photos of this lovely traditional English seaside place... 


On the way home we popped in to Aldeburgh, another of our favourite places to be. We enjoyed a picnic dinner while watching Little Man float his little sail boat in the yacht pond. I didn't manage to get a great pic of this due to the two small people with me trying to climb in the yacht pond at every opportunity. A lovely day was had by all with lots of fun and laughter. xxx

Thanks for coming by,

Sarah xxxxx