Sunday Picture Post: Tyrrell’s Wood

26th October we catch a bus into Norwich, and another out to Long Stratton, a small town that straddles an old Roman Road. From there by lane, path and track, we head to Tyrrell’s Wood.

26th October 2022

By lane and path…

26th October 2022

Autumnal colour is beginning to show

26th October 2022

And down a private road to a farm…

26th October 2022

Where a horse insists I take its photo!

26th October 2022

Past the farm and over the common. Commons are common in this part of Norfolk. The houses edging it are old

26th October 2022

Another lane, this with open views across the fields

26th October 2022

And we arrive at Tyrrell’s Wood. This comprises 5 smaller woods, the oldest recorded in 1251 as Boscus de Grischave

26th October 2022

26th October 2022

It doesn’t matter how many times we visit, we always get lost

26th October 2022

26th October 2022

26th October 2022

We stop to munch our lunch. And it rains. Heavy. Oh well, best we find our way out of here…

Hope you enjoyed. See Tuesday Treats for some colourful details

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12 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Tyrrell’s Wood

  1. Sadje says:

    I envy your walks and adventures. Beautiful pictures

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Dale says:

    What a wonderful place to get lost in! I think I would want to go back again and again and again….

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Wonderful scenery. Can I use one of the photos for a short tale?

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