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Go on, Martin. Lead an invasion and rescue us from the clueless idiots making a hash of things!

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Hi Nigel,

First we need to get the gaps in Offa's Dyke repaired. :)



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In due course the tree will be in full leaf and the field will be bright yellow with rapeseed. Let's hope this whole dreadful business is no more than a memory by then.

Two months on, and yes it's in full leaf:



But no, this dreadful disease is far from over, and if anything more serious than we realised then.

The lockdown has sent a lot of new folks walking in the countryside -- many farmers are not happy to see crops being damaged and dogs off the lead around livestock. Hopefully the eased restrictions will send folks back to the usual beauty spots instead of their local fields. Here the farmer has carefully marked the line of public footpaths across his fields. As he is legally required to do, but most years doesn't bother just for me and a handful of others.

And no, not rapeseed this year. Rob 1, Martin 0. :)

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Hi Martin,

Pity I can't predict the lottery numbers too :( Did you take note of this years crop ?

Some farmers aren't too good at marking the footpaths across their fields, mind you in normal years many paths see little walking traffic. Failing a clear path being visible you can often get a clue as to the course of the path by looking out for stiles or gates on the other side of a field. A tree in the middle of a field often makes a good point to head to as they were often allowed to grow where walls used to exist that marked older and smaller fields.

If the field is fully sown and no path is visible I would usually take a route round the edges - on the high side of the field if in hilly ground  - less chance of churning up the mud and getting dirty boots.

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