January 19, 2020

Hi All, 

At 8.30am as I drove south towards Rugby, the temperature was -2'C but the sun was shining brightly - a promising start, I thought. However, passing through Rugby on the way south to Dunchurch and Draycote Water the mist began to creep up and it wasn't until much later in the day that it left us. For the whole of the morning you couldn't see more than 30-40 yards across the water - dismal! To cap it all the paths were quite slippery. 

Eleven of us ( Graham, Nev, Julie, Angie, John, Wendy, Neil, Marion, Fred, Linda and Madeleine) had ventured out and were determined to enjoy the first club walk of the year. We headed off to the left of the car park to the rear of the sailing club past the playground and up to the top of the small hill where you can normally get a super view of the reservoir - fog! We had spotted a few birds near the playground including a single redwing amongst the blackbirds and chaffinches and a pair of bullfinches accompanied by goldfinches on the right by a s...

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