Mid Sussex Ramblers programme.
From the centre of Arundel, Brenda lead us through the park to Amberley though stunning scenery and views.
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Half way round the walk and we hadn't found the Nettle-leaved Bellfower.
The highlight of the walk was when a stoat ran across our path .....twice! I saw it, thanks to Graeme, who grabbed my attention for one fleeting and very exciting view of this elusive predator.
Near the end of the walk we experienced a sudden, quite violent shower of rain, which could not dampen our spirits after such a lovely walk. Thanks Brenda.
Tuesday, 13 September 2011
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