The best part about moving to a new area is the time you get to spend exploring.
I am hoping the momentum will stay with us as I have a long list and it seems to get longer by the day.
are affiliated with the National Trust. The history of the Wey River dates back
to 1653 and was one of the first British rivers to be made navigable.
Today people use them as pleasure boats or for commercial purposes.
This fellow was nice enough to give me a smile as I passed by.
I had to google this one...
Ben My Chree translates to "Lady of My Heart" and was a packet steamer
for the Royal Navy seaplane carrier in the First World War.
I couldn't resist Mr. Baggins.
I am contemplating another journey to New Zealand next month and
There and Back Again feels like the story of my life at the moment:)
Another one that I just had to snap. He was a character.
I am not so sure that they found the dog as amusing as I !
We passed 'The Rectory' with this statue perched at the front door...
and then Weddington Boots in a bridal shop window...
followed by this pillow in the shop next door.
This was a first for me...cone shaped baskets..curious.
with over 1000 different shrubs and trees. It is a beautiful spot for a picnic.
I was taken by this little boy across the way...he was having the time of his life.
From there we made our way home.
I have to say I love exploring
but it is always nice to come home at the end of the day.
Our garden was waiting
and last by not least,
the Sunday newspaper,
a perfect end to the day.