Shocking, I know, an update on time; sort of.
We visited Moor Green Lakes, on Wednesday, to make best use of a break in the weather, before the storms trundled in. When opposite Colebrook hide, I spied a yellow vehicle on Manor farm, just north of the bailey bridge.
My partner, who had walked over to Longwater road, informed me that she had seen a great big lorry (i.e. the heavy earth mover) dropping a load on the west shore of Manor lake. I didn't actually see any vehicle, when I legged it to the bailey bridge, but this is hardly surprising if only the heavy earth mover is dumping stuff. To be honest, I was more interested in photographing the wildlife around Colebrook lake.
I would say that whilst walking along the south footpath along Manor lake, I keep thinking that Inert have been dumping stuff on its west shore. A closer inspection is required, I feel.
I've seen Inert do this before, concentrate on Chandlers farm, whilst tinkering on Manor farm. I'll try and pop down this next week for an extended look; who knows, I may drag myself out of bed on a weekend for a stomp on site - if the rain ever lets up.
I haven't any photos of Manor farm, this week. Instead I present a selection of photos I managed whilst mooching around Colebrook lake. One day I'll hoof it over to Grove lake.
More photos can be found on the Moor Green Lakes Facebook page.
A polite notice first: All photographs on this blog are owned by me and subject to copyright.