A Walk in the Winkworth Arboretum

I felt I had to post something from a more recent outing than South America. On Bank Holiday Monday we went to visit my son Hugh and his girl friend in Surrey. They had very kindly organised a picnic excursion to the Winkworth Arboretum, a piece of land owned by the National Trust. Surrey has an amazing number of National Trust houses and gardens.
There was a lake, rhododendrons  and bluebell woods as well as the meadow where we ate.

Here are a few of the "pictures what I took".

The lake had some ducklings on it who were all clustered on a tree stump.

Finally some more general views of our picnic spot

Hugh and Lizzie in the boat house


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