Ashdown Forest

Ashdown Forest is a former hunting preserve in East Sussex and is now one of the largest areas of open access land in the South East of England. More open heath, riven with winding streams than dense woodland, the “forest” part of its name refers to its status as a hunting ground, from the original Norman French meaning of the word. Having said that, it does have woodland and that’s where I mostly was today.

Bosham Harbour

Bosham (pronounced “Bozzum”) Harbour is part of Chichester Harbour in West Sussex, which is basically an enormous network of low-lying estuaries and winding creeks and it’s one of the most *beautiful places on earth*.  Look!

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