March 26, 2017
Coming north from Snogeholm Castle.
Shortly thereafter, in the southern part of Snogeholm's hiking area
is a landscape laboratory.
Sets the car in the parking lot.
Next to is timber storage.
One have probably thin out the woods.
Sign provide information about the plants made in the 1990s.
Different species of wood to study how they are affected and grow depending
on the surroundings.
In the sky, stork sails.
We follow green markings counterclockwise.
Branches from thinning.
Hard to go.
Buds are about to burst.
Larch grows in some places.
We want to see the flowers.
None so far.
A pair follows the yellow path
through the hiking area.
Otherwise it's empty.
After a while, it's better to go.
There are signs with what's available.
Deciduous forest and spruce forest.
A fenced larch plantations.
No bloom here either.
Seeing larch trees standing in the sun a bit from the trail.
Some flowers are about to burst!
The day is saved.
Through the woods.
A lonely morel.
On a meadow blossoms voltsfoot.
Disturb two geese in a water collection.
Continued through different tree plantations.
Back at the parking lot.
Finally became a nice round.
Not so long, but still.
Drive to Blentarp and have a good dinner at the "byakrog".
A bunch of motorcyclists makes us company.