No post again this week.
Off again doing research for my next book.
This is a sequel to my previous one
"Wonderful Walks from Dog-friendly Campsites"
No matter how much research and preparation I do before I go I always find my expectations are exceeded; frequently in a good way but occasionally not.
So it was with my visit this time to East Sussex.
I went to the Runt-in Tun Pub which had a campsite behind it.
What a lovely place, especially for dogs.
The back of the campsite led out to some fields and an amazing wood.
Considering the ReadoftheMonth quite appropriate.
It was a huge wood with amazing trees.
The wood had obviously been left untouched for years if not decades.
As a consequence there are many fallen trees which together with the living ones create intricate and unusual patterns and shapes
"decorated" the wood.
Apparently at the bottom of some trees were doors;
entrances for fairies.
When the doors were opened
the name of the fairy was inscribed on the inside.
Unfortunately I did not find any doors
painted spiders and
wool spider webs
and excitingly a "black bin",
So if you go to the woods perhaps YOU will find the "Fairy Doors