Premier Inn Wolverhampton North
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... in the snow! Ava went tubing! She thought it was great! It's the first time they've taken Ava and now that they know how it works they will take her again! This is a great way to spend the my last few weeks travelling! I'm definitely happy to be here with family, even if I'm not used to the cold yet! I do miss the sunshine and beaches! But the trade off isn't so bad! ...
... cream. It was honestly a struggle to finish. The whole experience though was very worth it, as a fan of the Harry Potter series it was very interesting and entertaining. I returned to Shrewsbury on the train and Els and I went out for a few drinks. It started snowing as we walked home, but sadly it was all gone the next day. We lazed around, enjoying our last days of holidays before semester two starts and caught the train back to Hull on Sunday ...
... at 5am the next morning! But I survived. On Sunday, I went out to Kate's for my last ride out. Lou, Jane, Kate and I rode out on the bridle path around Orton on the Hill. The day was stunning, the view was incredible, and it felt just like spring. And before you start wondering if I was working during this week, yes I did AI at the Hughes' every morning but there was only 1-5 cows to do each day, which made for a very cruisey final ...
Our final day and a long time to go before our flight. We said cheerio to Cuss, Brad and Jav (just missed Ash, sadly) and then set off southwards, thinking we would do a bit of birding in the Ebro delta before returning to the airport.
As we had travelled the roads between Valls and Reus many times we thought we would take a more rural route south and hoped that we would find somewhere for breakfast, which we eventually did in the little village of Maspujols, north west of Reus ...
... had arrived after us to get on to them. There were either eleven of twelve - it was hard to say because they were constantly changing position in the flock and obscuring each other.
Small numbers of this species occur of British coasts throughout the autumn and winter, often associating with flocks of the much more numerous Common Scoter but we were all agreed that a flock of more than 10 composed only of Velvet Scoters was fairly unusual in the UK.
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