Photo Gallery 2015 Q1
Tuesday, 31st March – Grayswood & Prestwick (Les’ walk led by Bob)
The newly shingled All Saints
I see no Gold – only a daffodil or two
I’m going to go this way
Bob lends a hand
Good to see you Ginger Pigs – or should I say Tamworth
Pam preparing to strip off!
Pleasant Place to Stop
How the mighty are fallen – but none of us
Against the Wind
Shh – Sylvia’s found a gate – we’ll be sure to shut it.
In no mood to try these jumps
Loose lace – catch you up
Matt heading for home
Looking for llamas
Glad we walked down
The best bit of the walk…..
Wednesday 25th March – Recce for Cheriton Walk
Perfect place for a coffee stop
Amazing what you see on a walk – Tanks,
and quad bikes
Oh no, an accident waiting to happen – thankfully not.
Not World War 2½! Just “Tank Driving” experience for the boys (although I’m sure girl can play too).
Beautiful path through beautiful woodland.
An ‘ah’ moment. The first of this year’s lambs.
Tuesday, 24th March – Jenny ‘In and Out of Farnham Park.
Stepping it out in ancient pastureland
Second Gear engaged
If you have a Dog this is a good place to live!
Sorry Catherine but I had to catch Diane swooning in the sun
Much sunnier this side – good thinking Robert
We’d all like wings but Mary’s the only one with ‘shades’
Fairytale Tree and good ‘Greens’
Sunday, 22nd March : Bob – Blendworth, Ditcham Park
We must be on the Shipwrights Way – one of the many sculptures – this time a little lamb
Shipwrights Way – this time a farmstead
Alison, Maureen and Maria have time for a chat
I see a windmill – must be Buriton
And up close.
Peppercorn Cottage maybe, but not peppercorn rent.
Howard in need of a rest.
Sunny day and sunny smile from Maria.
Tuesday, 10th March: Robert – Liphook,
A couple of Shaggys
Can’t see + got a tree – very awkward
Bad Horn Day – Which Twin has the TONI?
It’s ok, I’ve seen this lot before
Corrinne, Diane, Jane and Joyce
Sunday, 8th March – Howard & Alison – Cocking
One of the Andy Goldsworth chalk scupltures on the South Downs.
Snowdrops still looking good.
Cat on the roof!
There’s that cat again!
Sunday, 1st March: Francoise – Kingsley,
More beautiful snowdrops
And a very friendly donkey
Mud abaove and more mud below
Goose with attitude
Patric & Helen – Broadhalfpenny Down, Sunday 1st February
Up and over, into the mud
Scarlet Elf Cap Fungi – I wouldn’t recommend eating it although something obviously has!
Hambledon (Broadhalfpenny Down) Cricket Club – the home of Cricket.
The stone says it all.
Ramblers assisting 4 wheel drivers ‘to find their way’
This is what a walk in the countryside is about in February – mud, glorious mud!
A house in the countryside – perfect.
Caroline’s Godalming Walk – Sunday 25th January
Roe Deer taking absolutely no notice of us!
Boating on the River Wey
Pictureque stream – Fernando thought it worthy of a picture.
Helen & Patric’s walk, Sunday 11th January the Wields
a ‘huddle’ of ramblers
Another ‘huddle’ of Ramblers
The first snowdrops of the season.
Maria’s walk Sunday, 4th January from Midhurst.
Love those ears.
Millennium Column at Cocking
Detail from the Millennium Column at Cocking
Mud, mud and more mud
memorial oblelisk to Richard Cobden
Daffodils and it is only January!