Thanks for calling in.
We knew it was there, but we just couldn't find it. How could you lose a bog? The trouble was that the moor and vegetation had grown. Last time we visited it was all yellow with gorse, now it was purple with heather, the bracken beginning to die off.
Everywhere you looked, heather was there.
We thought the bog was close when we saw this, but it was just a puddle. The berries were part of a honeysuckle.
Footpaths were well and truly tramped, up and down, round and round.
A few twists and turns and there it was, although most of it had dried up, grasses and reeds had taken over, just a dribble to be seen.
Job done, we could leave and head home for a well-deserved cup of tea.
Back in the garden, a wasps nest was half buried in the ground. How unusual. Had something dug it up?