Summer is drawing to a close now and we are entering one of our favourite times of the year. The pattern of the fields that we look out on is changing colour daily as crops are harvested and they are prepared for next year, aided by the spell of hot weather we have enjoyed. This week we have also been treated to the beautiful sight of the harvest moon rising over the sea - truly stunning.
The mornings now have an edge to them, it is starting to feel like autumn. Each day sees a fresh crop of spiders' webs, glistening with diamonds of dew, gracing the hedgerows and the gorse on the edge of the moor. Blackberries and rosehips hang in the hedges, the hawthorns are showing seasonal colour and the rowan berries positively glow bright red on trees that seem to have lost many of their leaves earlier than usual.
It's a perfect time of year for walking with so much to see and more comfortable temperatures, so why not consider a few days away at Skerry Hall Farm? We're perfectly placed for both countryside and coastal walks.
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