Linda and Tim's walk started from the church of St Peter in Terwick. We had an interesting meet up with three Alpacas before walking up to the top of the hill at Borden. A walk through Rondle Wood was interrupted by an urgent need to stop for a celebration coffee stop. Not all the coffee got drunk, but the other refreshments available seem to go down quite well. Suitably rejuvenated we turned south for Terwick Common and eventually reached our cars as the rain started to fall. About 3.6 miles.
Unusual miniature pear tree seeking a name please?
Three smartly shaved Alpacas being let out for the day.
What's so interesting over there?
Should have known - horses of course.
Another friendly horse.
Shall we go that way?
Another wonderful Sussex sunken lane.
About 3.6 miles.
Peter's bubble walked around Midhurst and West Lavington and ended up in the Cowdray Cafe car park, sheltering under a convenient tree whilst the rain fell.
Handy seat, although it could conveniently be a little smaller.....
Telephone box for trunk calls?
Lovely Sussex house and garden.
Plenty of choice here.
West Lavington Garage, not currently trading.
Isabels walk report:-
We set off from Iping Common car park and walked down the Iping road. We then headed through fields and woodlands, walking gradually uphill in the direction of St Cuthman's School. We stopped at the top of the hill for a coffee break and admired the views, although we were anxious about the black clouds rolling over the South Downs. We made our way fairly quickly down the hill towards Stedham and back to the car park, arriving at the cars just as the rain started! The walk was four and a half miles. --
Setting off from Iping Common car park and well prepared!
From !ping bridge.
Wild cyclamen at Stedham