Jenny’s Puttenham Walk, Tues, 28 Mar
Mini stop up on top
Putting myself in the picture
Walking and talking
I was here first
I think he is standing guard
He’s behind you
Come on Sylvia – it is far too long to wait
That’s it folks
Nieves’ Tilford Walk Recce, Sun 26 Mar
Nieves and Fernando’s selfie on Crooksbury Hill
Group Photo and coffee stop on Crooksbury HillVictorian Gothic! built by Caroline Marshall in about 1870.The Eagle has landed!Who is the ass now – not our Nieves.
WILD FLOWERS AROUND GATWICK AND NOT A PLANE IN SIGHT!
Wood Sorrel in flower – three leaves so could also be Shamrock.Wood Anenome – one of the early spring flowers
Celandine – another early spring flower
Trish’s Blackdown Walk, Sun 19 Mar
Daffodils on Blackdown
Violets, but white!
More violets but this time they are the right colour.
The first of the lambs…..aaah
Robert’s Bordon Inclosure Walk,
Tues, 14 Mar
Down hill to coffee time
Think Colin and I are missing out …..?
Telling how it is
Each to their own
For the Gorse of course
Taking an interest
Oh good – a little bit of red
Tailpiece – just because it’s Crufts
Jane’s Ludshott Walk, Tuesday, 7 Mar
Getting the low-down
It is over there
Not a welsh Collie then
Sylvia’s Conford Walk, Tuesday, 14 Feb
What’s that Anna?
Just making that Booking
Happy banter in the sun
Nice place to live – snowdrops too
Happy Valentine’s Day
Something worth seeing?
I was here
No thanks – we’ve had our coffee stop
Prepare for take-off
Jane’s Hindhead Walk, Tuesday, 7 Feb
Late19th/early 20th Century postcard of The Gibbet, Hindhead.
Tyndalls, built in 1884 by Professor John Tyndall. Now called Hindhead House and converted into flats. Has a Blue Plaque
Helen & Patric’s walk, Sunday 15 Jan
Sylvia’s Churt Walk, Tuesday 10 Jan
It is good to be out in the open
A barking hedge – that would be a cause for alarm
Our Queen tops that – now in her 65th year.
Not tempted – too cold
Don’t think Lutyens would like all that yellow stuff outside his Institute
The Gate’s open but we like it here