Walking In The Forest / Pasivaikščiojimas miške

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Yesterday me and my daughter went for a walk to the forest. It is one of our favorite places for walking, because there we can see rabbits (there are lots of rabbits that were brought to Iceland and became wild). We were watching birds and gathering flowers. We saw cowberries, that were still green. My daughter desperately wanted to try them, and I think, she did it, when I have not seen it. We found two mushrooms (my “mushroom” education said that it could be Gyroporus or Leccinum scabrum), but did not take them home because the busy road was too close. We came home tired, hungry and as always with a bunch of flowers. This time these flowers were gathered by my daughter. We did not see any rabbit jus a lonely golden plover guarding his nest.

Vakar aš ir mano dukra išėjom pasivaikščioti į mišką. Tai viena mūsų mėgstamiausių pasivaikščiojimo vietų, nes galima pamatyti triušių (Islandijoje pilna atvežtinių sulaukėjusių triušių!). Mes rinkome gėles, stebėjome paukščius. Matėme dar žalių bruknių, kurių dukra labai norėjo paragauti, ir, manau, slapčia paragavo. Radome du didelius grybus (mano“grybinis“ išsilavinimas sakė, kad galėtų būti lepšia arba šilbaravykiai), bet namo nenešėme, nes jie augo per arti judraus kelio. Grįžom pavargę, išalkę ir, kaip visada, su puokšte gėlių. Šįkart dukra rinko gėles ir krovė man į glėbį. Triušių nepamatėm. Buvom sutikę tik vieną, turbūt, savo lizdą sergintį, dirvinį sėjiką.


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