There’s something about setting up ‘shop’ anywhere that I really like. The spontaneity or freedom of just putting up a table and getting the flasks out. Last time I did this, lots of people stopped and talked and it was a great way of getting people to come on the walks who might not otherwise have come. I did it again.

Broken apple tree, block and sky

Broken apple tree, block and sky

This is a lovely photo of a rotten apple tree that two boys had climbed up and broken the day before. They owner of the newsagents told me as I hung outside his shop handed out leaflets. Everyone was shocked that 2 boys had done this, but a gentleman passed by and said he used to work with trees and that the trunk was rotten. It broke because it was dying.

Sunny day & broken tree

Sunny day & broken tree

You can see the tree better here. And the table with the Invisible food flasks. Gorgeous blue sky, not that warm but bright. The teas went down quite well and enough people were willing to try to make it worthwhile.

Come on a wild food walk!

Come on a wild food walk!

Flasks, part of the library and Leicester house

Flasks, part of the library and Leicester house

A fallen tree makes picking easier. These apples are rotten though.

A fallen tree makes picking easier. These apples are rotten though.