To wander in a happy but slightly disengaged state, though with some harmless or ineffective intent. A certain business is implied. bimble Often used in British Army
Chickens aren't usually bimbling, but a mother duck and a line of ducklings crossing a road and heading into fields probably are. A duckling that breaks away from the group, explores busily and then returns has just had a bimble.
In the Sahara miles from anywhere, a guy walked out of the midday haze carrying nothing but a piece of wood, passed by 50 yards away without looking at us, and headed into the heat. Now HE was bimbling.
To amble without real aim, yet in a friendly and harmless manner.
It's not required to achieve anything whilst Bimbling, although it's aimlessness is a frequent side effect.
Bimbling can be made a little more business like with a slight hunch of the shoulders.
It is not essential that Bimbling should be a solo sport.
Blissfully bimbling through life without a care in the world.