Saturday, 7 April 2012
St. Barnabas' church, Ranmore, Surrey
The exterior walls contain what look like large pebbles from a seashore -- much like many buildings in say, New Shoreham, Sussex.
The church is right on the North Downs Way. And the hills here were once a beach!
How amazing is the geology of the UK!
Surrey Downs Brewery sells beer straight from the barrel. I'm enjoying a pint bought there today from a plastic "milk container" as I type this!
There are endless paths to create walks of any duration in this area. And unlike Sussex -- there is no mud!
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