Welcome to our walk in the woods on this fine autumnal day.
Across the road across the road and into the woods with leaves everywhere.
The lodge at the end of the lane.
Yaugher Manor all on its own on the North Downs. 1566 is on the porch.
The Major that owned the property was not keen on it being situated at the bottom of the valley. He had it dismantled and moved in 1841 to where it stands today, at the top of the hill. It is Tudor in style and construction.
Three views of the woods whilst we looked for Fungi.
Spot the sipder on the leaf.
A lone Magpie Inkcap, about to melt.
Could be a Two-toned Wood-tuft if my book is correct.
Glad you joined me on our woodland jaunt. All the best, Mike