Wednesday, 29 May 2013


After our week with Mum we took her home to Reigate and went on to our favourite camp not far away at Alderstead Heath.  It's only half a mile or so from the junction of the M25 and M23 and although you can hear the traffic in the distance you're in beautiful countryside on top of the North Downs.
The camp is surrounded with bluebell woods which at this time of year are at their fragrant best.  The edges are laced with forget-me-nots and primroses and the grass is bright green.
There is a wonderful mixture of trees all around and in between the pitches so the eye always has something special to look at.  The Caravan club take a lot of care over the maintenance of the site and their efforts are well rewarded with these beautiful vistas.
We always go to the same plot if we can as there's space to sit on the grass near the silver birches and we have this wonderful view through our front window.

1 comment:

  1. All of these are wonderful but the colour in the top one is exquisite!! Love the gnarled look of the trees and the subtle colours in the background.