Deux Chevaux – Sussex Border Path

By: snowgood

Sep 10 2018

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Category: Cars, The Sussex Border Path, Walking

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I’ll finish my posts on the Rye to Northiam stretch of the Sussex Border Path here.

On the approach to Newbridge North Pumping Station a ribbon of land featured an assortment of dilapidated cars.

The Citroën 2CV is one of the greatest cars ever made, and with fabulous suspension and robust mechanical components.

Unfortunately the bodywork was never that strong.  Here’s one that looked beyond redemption.

Other notable points along the latter part of this walk?

I found a dead mole on a wooden stile.

There were several Brown Hawkers swiftly flying by the river bank.

Green Woodpeckers greeted me as I approached Northiam.

Best of all was that feeling of satisfaction as I peeled off my socks when I got back to the car.

 

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