Simple fun with fallen leaves on an autumn walk

Autumn viewI walked from Lightwater to the Royal Logistic Corps Museum again. Dear wife volunteers there, and I get a lift back home, otherwise it would be a 7½ mile walk.

With the abundant leaf fall, I enjoyed the childish pleasure of kicking through the fallen leaves. It helped that I wasn’t observed, which meant I indulged in some serious foot dragging through the leaves.

Meanwhile, I’ve a different view of the leaves that fall in our garden. They’ve got to be collected, preferably on a windless day. The big oak tree behind our, and our neighbours garden, generates a huge amount of leaves.

Is it unneighbourly to enjoy that the wind dumps more leaves in my neighbours garden than ours? Ugh, the wind has changed direction – it’s a veritable leaf storm in our garden.

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