Sherwood Forest has some fun summer finds. We didn’t do a lot of walking but we found some interesting things.
Being Purple Girl, I love to see purple flowers. These purple button flowers were all over the place on our walk. Some were a more deep purple, these ones actually look more pinky.
We came across a cluster of these red berries. Does anyone know what they are? We looked for a deer or other wild animal to ask, but came up empty on our search.
Speaking of wild animals, they do exist in Sherwood Forest. We have seen deer quite often but on this day, we saw nothing but squirrels.
The forest is really nice and green. Sadly, the ponds are also green and quite low on water. With all the shade, things have a better chance of staying green I guess.
There are a lot of white button flowers too. Mom would like to have several colors of button flowers at our house. Maybe when the stuff she doesn’t like gets taken out she can plant some of them.
We were really surprised to find raspberries growing wild. Mom adores raspberries but we did not pick any of them. They do look quite tasty and ready to eat, though.
Of course, we found some yellow button flowers too. It seems like they must come in many colors. Since we love bright colors they are flowers we really like.
Evidently only red berries grow in Sherwood Forest. We found these berries and don’t know what they are either. They look pretty and Mom says they would look nicer at Christmas time. I reminded her that many people are celebrating Christmas in July, but she says it is no fun when it is not cold and snowy.
Of all the fun summer finds, this bench is our favorite. Mom loves how it is made with two rock slabs and lots of twisted metal. I don’t care much about that, but I want to know if this lizard is real. This concludes our tour for today. Hope you enjoyed walking along with us!
We are joining our friends at Living Laughing and Barking in Our Backyard is for their Nature Friday blog hop.