Clapham Woods ...
Clapham is a small village which sits on the South Downs in West Sussex.
It's where my Dad and step-Mum live.
We moved here when I was in my late teens, when my parents' marriage broke up, and my Dad left his life in farming.
I made sure to set aside a few hours on Sunday to go visit them.
I had the idea of also taking a short walk, with photos for the Scavenger Hunt on my mind.
Dad came along too.
First stop was the local Church of St Mary the Virgin, which sits at the entrance to Clapham Woods.
Clapham Woods is locally known as a place of unexplained mystery and unusual phenomena.
Can you believe these woods are listed amongst the Amityville Horror, and suchlike!
Are you someone who believes in fairies, or maybe sees ghostly apparitions?
Be prepared to be scared!
To be honest all I can see whilst walking through these woods, are how many beanpoles and peasticks I could make use of in my garden at home!
Oh yes, and dog poo some of which I was unfortunate enough to tread in, of which somewhat marred what had been a lovely walk.
If you're prepared to hang around long enough in the woods, there's a lovely bench made out of driftwood you can sit on.
In the tree above there was a large number of agitated birds.
Maybe time to get back for that second cup of tea!
This poster was pinned to the fence next to the village stores and tearooms.
It's for a talk to be held in the local village hall - Gardens of a Golden Afternoon, Gertrude Jekyll and her gardens.
Now that sounds more up my street!