Lovely Lupin Morning

Glorious

On a lovely soft, warm June morning, Ginny and Pip emerged from their tin… 

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Garden Pale

…went out to the garden…

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Stalks

…and started climbing the Lupin stalks.

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Flowers!

It was easier when they got up to the flower level…

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Coiling

…because then they could just step on the flowers going round and round the stalks in tall coils like a spiral staircase!

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Bumble

They learned this trick from the bees…

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Sharesies

…who don’t seem to mind sharing the flowers with them…

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Climb

…all Pip and Ginny wanted to do was climb as high as they could…

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King of the Castle

…to see what they could see!

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View

The view, the scent, the company, the bees, the exercise, the birdsong, the buzzing, the sunshine and the adventure was glorious!

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Lupin Bonnets

They wore their new Lupin bonnets home to the cupboard!

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13 thoughts on “Lovely Lupin Morning

  1. Cuties climb coiling columns coming close [to the] culmination. Your little darlings must have been thrilled at their mastery of such regal flowers. The bonnets surely topped off the experience.

    • The bonnets were the finishing touch! We understand that Lupins are called Blue Bonnets in some parts of the world – the little ones were glad their heads were about the right size, though they didn’t agree on how to wear them!

    • Thank goodness for friendly bees! We love to hear their busy buzzing and see them climbing up each flower…standing on them so they open up and sticking themselves almost inside!

    • The wee darlings have been demanding an outing – they usually live in their little tin so as to not get lost, but I sometimes forget they are there! They did enjoy climbing round and round the Lupins!

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