crumbliest. flakiest chocolate, tastes like chocolate never tasted before. Can you guess what I'm going to show you pictures of today lol.....
Milo is giving you a clue..
Yesterday we had the most gorgeous sunshine , so we decided to go for a walk with my parents. Luckily they only live a couple of miles away from us , not far from the River Wear.
Unfortunately this isn't their house , but it would be nice. Not many people know that Sunderland was once one of the largest shipbuilding towns in the world because of it being on the mouth of the river. Anyway I digress, Flake adverts... the one I remember best is the girl sitting in the middle of a poppy field, a field just like this one
If you enlarge this pic you will see not only the red poppies and yellow rape but also blue linseed and one all white poppy. I don't think I've ever seen a white poppy before
My pics really don't do it justice, the colours were amazing and really made up for me not seeing any bluebell woods. In the background you can see Penshaw Monument, this is one of the oldest monuments in North East England as it was built in 1844.
Milo managed to nettle himself and we searched for a dock leaf to rub on it -- now I don't know if it's just me but when I was younger there were dock leaves everywhere and they were always next to nettles.... we had to search all over for this one but it's magic healing powers worked which pleased Milo no end.
The poppy field itself is not far from a wetlands sanctuary so we saw all types of water fowl too. All in all we had a lovely day .
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