Walking Sussex 5

Familiarity breeds content, of that I am quite sure

As for our final walk in Sussex we’re back at the start for more

Two rings with woodland in between, cows in the field and sheep

Undulating downland and hills that aren’t too steep.

Chanctonbury wealdland view takes the breath away

And is particularly stunning on a clear, bright Springtime day

And after five days walking Sussex hills with Wainwrights at the bar

The rest respite with sunshine was perfect at the Star.


©Jemverse (16 May 2014)


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