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This is the weather the shepherd shuns,
And so do I,
When beeches drip in browns and duns,
And thresh and plye,
And hill hid tides throb, throe on throe,
And meadow rivulets overfloe,
And drops in gate bars hang in a row,
And Rooks in families homeward go,
And so do I.
Ordnance Survey Explorer 148
. We walked along the North Down Way towards Blue Bell Hill and although it was a Sunday we did not meet any people which rather strange as the North Down Way suppose to be well known and it marked quite prominaent on the Ordnance Survey Maps.
. Followed the signs to Kits Coty which is grouping of ancient stones there is a fence round it to protect the ancient monument. Many wildflower along the (NDW) Scabius was one it has pale blue flower a bit like cornflower.
. The harvest has not started in some fields while in others the combine has been along and the crop has been gathered in and not even any bales have been left in some of the fields and in other the bales have still to be collected.
. The air seems quite dry and the smell of the crop by the fields that have had the crops havested is quite pronounced I suppose that in a few hours you will not be able to smell anything as it dries out in the Sun.