Saturday, 17 September 2011
Walk from Cuckfield, 7 miles, in the wake of hurricane Katia with Roe deer, fungi, Field Scabious.
Hurricane Katia hit us over the weekend; above you see some of the damage. Similar damage in New England Wood was cleared by John and Margaret on Monday.
Don't try them at home.
On the edge of a field was a Roe deer fleetingly watching me watching it before it leaped into the woods.
In the oak wood on the left of the above picture I managed to get some more pictures of deer; taken from the path.
After this excitment I crossed the B2036 road and took the footpath past Moonhill Farm (not the bridleway) northwards.
Mid Sussex Ramblers.
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