It’s (moderately) famous in these parts – the snowdrop walk at Cound (it’s always a very pleasant walk; the snowdrops are a bonus). We’ve promised ourselves we’ll do it for years, but it’s always been too wet, or it’s a weekend and it will be very busy, or we’ve only remembered when the short season is over. Today it was neither wet nor busy – we were walking (slowly, and stopping for photographs) for about two hours, and didn’t see anyone else. We had the snowdrops all to ourselves – and what a lot of them there are. Quite uncountable, there must be millions! The gentle valley of the Coundmoor Brook seems to be full of them! Famous? Understandably!
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