Sabbath walk in Swinley forest.

What can be known about God is evident to us because God has made it evident. Ever since the creation of the world God’s invisible attributes of eternal power and divinity have been able to be understood and perceived in what he has made.

Romans 1 : 19 – 20
Grey floating clouds with tree heads silhouetted against its softness.
A walk that ended in the rain but was filled with pine, rusty bracken and the crunch of boots on red stony dirt paths.

A pessimist sees only the dark side of the clouds and mopes;

A philosopher sees both sides and shrugs; An optimist doesn’t see the clouds at all-

They’re walking on them.

Leonard Louis Levison
The tree tops in the reflections of a small pond with the trunks of trees evenly spaced and detailed in their light and dark markings.
This area of woodland is well managed with many new trees being planted. Below are a few jokes:

What did the wood cutter say to the tree?

‘May I axe you something?’


What would a tree have done if they saw woodcutters coming to the forest?

They would have re-tree-ted.

Why did the woodcutter claim to cut the tree with his eyes?

Because he saw it!

Our group of walkers was smaller today but it was lovely to be together. Thank you for seeing a little of what we saw.

Sandy 🙂

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