Françoise’s Walk from Liss,
Sunday, 26 June
Bob’s London Walk,
Sunday 19 June
Not going long, but café spotted River Thames in sight
Brunel’s Museum – in Brunel’s Pumping Station (designed by Marc Kingdom Brunel father of Isambard…)Memorial to The Pilgrim Fathers who left Rotherhithe in 1620
above and below: Cormorants
Lunch stop – Pearsons Park – next stop ‘Russia Dock Woodland’
Squirrel meets magpie!
Relaxing in ‘Russia Dock Woodland’
Great Crested Grebe nesting
Banksy or Banksy lookalike at Surrey Quays – the latter I think
Trish’s Walk from Soberton,
Sunday 12 June.
The weather forecast was not brilliant but when it did rained, it was light.
Dog Rose at its best (or perhaps it could be better when the sun shines!)
This fierce hound is really just a softie. Barking like mad as she wagged her tail.
Some walkers have to be behind barbed wire!
L to R: daddy, mummy and little one?
Best guess: Scotopteryx luridata (July Belle)?
Jenny’s Dogmersfield/Basingstoke Canal Walk
Tuesday, 7 June
Turned out to Grass
Nothing worth eating here
It’s good to stop
And where we’re at
Under the shade of a mighty oak tree
You have been warned
David was wondering where you were
Glad to be in the cool
Sue’s Walk from Frensham
Wednesday, 1 June
Mr & Mrs Tufted Duck
L to r: Bob, Maureen, Diana, Sue, Moni & Kath.
Oh Deer, watching us, watching him
Heron and Archimedes Screw – what a combination!
Helen & Patric’s walk from Benbow Pond,
Sunday, 29 May
Light Emerald moth
A break in the sun
What better way to finish than a visit to the Cafe at Cowdray
Bob’s walk from East Meon 8 May
Wednesday evening walk 4 May
Recce, Sunday, 17 April
Egyptian Geese and their offspring with their own minder
What a magnificent tree root
Steep downhill – easy does it
Is this a telephone mask disguised as a tree – no it really is a dead tree trunk!
Mummy Egyptian Goose to Daddy Egyptian Goose “Aren’t we lucky to find such a good nanny?”
Helen & Patric’s Walk, Sunday 10 April Old Winchester Hill
Climb to the top!
Coffee stop at the top
Sheep with attitude
Patric points to the right, Sue to the left…. Patric wins
I know I’m a handsome beast
What about me?
Wise old owl
Trish’s Walk, Sunday 4 April, Deadwater & Conford
It is not every day that a turkey joins you on a walk!
Best foot (boot) forward….
Conford Village Hall – ideal coffee stop
Françoise’s back garden – ideal lunch stop. Thank you Malcolm for the tea and coffee.
Françoise “I may be French, but I know what I’m talking about….”
The Throne! Too high for Sue (and most others)
This is more like it. Just my height.
No words needed….
Fungus – “Earth Star” – type of puff ball
What a magnificent tree
Cheery smile from Nieve, our Chairman