Kingley Vale to Bosham

Sometimes my better half excels himself and so it was the case a few weekends ago when he packed us in the car and off we went towards West Sussex. Through a forest of ancient Yew trees at Kingley Vale to the top of the downs, we climbed before breakfast. On to Emsworth for a wander before heading to Dell Quay where we had a lovely early dinner in the Crown and Anchor – if you’re ever in that area it serves THE BEST dressed crab. And finally, for the finale, to Bosham, my favourite village on the South Coast, for sunset

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A very small dog in a very big tree.
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Fungi and a giant, killer slug
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Yew planted for medieval long bows and arrows.
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From the downs to the sea.
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Time has passed since this boat last went to sea.
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Waiting for dressed crab on the estuary side.
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Land locked at low tide.
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Sunset at Bosham.

 

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