One of the few National Trust places open in Surrey at this time of year. Daphne and I went there on Sunday afternoon for a light lunch followed by a short walk. I need to use a stick because of knee problems, but I’m told that, even if you walk very slowly for a time, it’s good for arthritis.
The recent sunshine has brought on the daffodils, which abound in the woodland and on the slopes down to the ornamental lake, and the pink camellias are in full bloom and looking stunning. If one doesn’t feel like being too active, there’s a lot to be said for just sitting on a bench admiring the view and thinking great thoughts. That’s my excuse anyway.