Living arrows 2017 week 41 – fill your pockets October 9, 2017 In Linkies Post harvest festival means collecting conkers from a tree on the village green. N certainly got his fill. With a small bucket haf full at home, this last lot has now pretty much filled the basket. Great autumn times for Living Arrows this week. Share and tell others about this post:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)MoreClick to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Autumnliving arrowsphotography 0 Prev Post School Days – harvest festival and VIP October 8, 2017 Next Post Blogging Success – can we all have it? October 10, 2017 Related Posts Project 52 2022 week 48 December 3, 2022 Project 52 2022 week 47 November 26, 2022 Project 52 2022 week 46 November 19, 2022 16 Comments MudpieFridays (@MudpieFridays) 5 years ago Monkey it totally obsessed with conkers and we have a small box half filled at home. I don’t really understand why though as its not like he plays conkers with them lol! x bubbablue Post Author 5 years ago N is just the same. Loves collecting them, but when I suggested conkers last year he looked at me like I was nuts. tobygoesbananas 5 years ago We’ve got a great conker tree near our house too – although I think I was more excited about them than the boys were! #livingarrows bubbablue Post Author 5 years ago I’m a bit like that too. Although N is still going on about going to conker alley, and I don’t think there’ll be anything left by now whitecamellias 5 years ago How fun. It’s still too hot here to really feel like autumn but the leaves have started to fall and we have indeed collected a few conkers already #livingarrows Donna 5 years ago We still haven’t found any conkers – I’m hoping this weekend will be the one! x bubbablue Post Author 5 years ago So many people seem to have said the same. We’re obviously in a good area for them dearbearandbeany 5 years ago We haven’t been able to find any conkers this year! Holly pockets are always full of stones and leaves! angiemwebster77 5 years ago We can’t find any conkers close to home, we did plan a trip to a national trust property to find some but sickness beat us to it. N looks like he’s happy with his full pockets x bubbablue Post Author 5 years ago Oh that’s a shame. Someone in the village was saying there’s problems with millions of conker trees (like the ash problem years ago), but I’m hoping she’s wrong about that. Autumn wouldn’t be the same without conkers Madeline (This Glorious Life) 5 years ago I keep finding conkers dotted around my house that the children have collected when we’ve been out and about! There was one in my pocket the other day that I don’t remember putting in there! x #LivingArrows bubbablue Post Author 5 years ago Lol, they do get everywhere. This year ours haven’t stopped the spiders unfortunately! Katy - Hot Pink Wellingtons 5 years ago Ah, I love this! Max has had his pockets full of something (acorns, conkers, whatever he can find) all autumn! The bigger the pockets the better! bubbablue Post Author 5 years ago N’s are usually full of bullets or other metal things my brother has metal detected and given him, or blue rubber gloves from the farm. Strange child mine! Hannah 5 years ago I love all the changes in nature in Autumn, but we haven’t found any conkers yet! I think we need to have a better look if you have managed a basket full! I love that N’s pockets are full of conkers x bubbablue Post Author 5 years ago You’re the second person who’s said they’ve not seen any. We have loads of trees near us, although the ones in the parks have been emptied of them a while ago.