There were plenty of colourful trees on the way.
Some of which are fairly newly planted.
The views again were panoramic looking over the Wrington Vale and towards the Mendip Hills. A low level of clouds lay over the top of the hills.
What none of the pictures tell you is the overwhelming smell of slurry which was present for most of the walk! Taking deep breaths when climbing the hills was not too pleasant. The last part of the walk followed back along the bottom of the valley and we came across a patch of Sunflowers. Probably game bird cover. It certainly brightened up a dull day.
When we returned to the village there were even a couple of scarecrows to view before we visited The Plough Inn for lunch. Both of the scarecrows did give the impression that they had spent too long out in the wind and rain!