A day after the snow came the predicted thaw began to take effect. The crisp layer of snow had become crunchy snow or worse still mud so that a walk along the Hogsmill River was at times a quagmire. Collapsed and demolished snowmen were much in evidence in Nonsuch Park.
It wasn’t as sunny as I’d hoped on this 8 mile walk to and through Nonsuch Park and along the Hogsmill River in Ewell.
As I set off, on an almost 3 hour walk, the village was empty of vehicles – quite a ghost town.
In the park and along the river there were many people enjoying the fine weather. Everyone was keeping their distance.
It would be a great shame if the government locked us all down because of the few who gather en masse.
Pictures taken on a lovely Spring morning on a 4-5 mile walk through Nonsuch Park to the Hogsmill River at Ewell, and back.