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Review: Ridge Walk

Attraction - Nature reserve

Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, DN17 1AH, United Kingdom

Mid November

  • By SilverTraveller ESW

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  • November 2020
  • On your own

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Dull November brings the blast,
Then the leaves are falling fast.

The leaves are definitely falling fast now and nearly all the trees are bare. The difference over the last two weeks is marked.

There are a few rose hips and hawthorn berries left. I was surprised to find the blackberries have a second flush of flowers. I don’t think they will form berries though. Apart from them, the only other flower was a brave specimen of Hogweed (fortunately not the poisonous giant form).

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  • ESW
    5 months ago
    I thgink one of the advantages - if you can call it that - of Covid has been to make us appreciate jour local areas. I've had great fun this year watching all the changes.
  • Lynmar
    5 months ago
    My enjoyment of walking increased during the first Covid lockdown this year when I began daily walks around local field margins which I have continued. It has been very interesting to watch the change in the seasons, from leaves bursting in the spring followed by colourful, scented blossom which matured into berries, hips, haws and sloes in the autumn. My eyes now are focused on foliage soon to be gathered for Christmas wreaths and decorations and I have already identified the best sprigs of red holly and black ivy berries, sprays of conifer with cones, delicate hazel catkins and prickly teasels. I look forward to arranging my lovely, natural materials.