You may not have known this before, but there are more words for mud in Sussex than in any other dialect. Yesterday we found out why, as we walked leg 7 of the Sussex Border Path. We started, where we had finished last time, in East Grinstead, this time walking through the town. East Grinstead is a historic town with the longest terrace of 14th century buildings in England.
Rare fellow walkers, with humans sensibly high above the wappleway swank.
Ashurst, where we just in time to see the train pull away. But, as we settled down for an hour's wait for the next train, we did at least witness a nice sunset over Kent Water.