Monday, 9 January 2017
The strip of woodland along the River Wye, through which the Offa's Dyke Path goes, has a new owner, who has been getting down to some serious woodland management. There are piles of logs where trees have been thinned out, the brambles have been cleared, and the path has been widened in places - probably to allow access for the tracked machinery which has been down there (some sort of mini-digger, I think). It's still woodland though - they've only taken a few trees down - and they also did this:
Just right for a little sit down!