Ten of us enjoyed a walk through Stover Country Park, despite the weather. It was drizzling when we set off, but fortunately it eased off. Not much activity on the lake, just one lone swan. We walked up the boardwalk to watch the birds feeding on the feeder, and the squirrels feeding on the ground below. We continued the walk heading towards Teigngrace. We admired the memorial to the Canadian Forestry Commission, commemorating the Lumberjacks, who came over here during WW1. We walked through a field to Teigngrace road, walked across the railway line. All of us walked through the field with cows! We walked along by the river and watched the sand martins flitting about. We returned to our cars and six of us enjoyed a pleasant lunch at The Welcome Stranger Pub, where we were joined by Maureen and David.