A few photos from a short (6 mile) birthday walk around Ashtead and Epsom Commons on the borders of Surrey and London.
Ashtead station faces right out into the countryside, so you’re straight off the train and getting down with nature in seconds.
It was pretty much deserted for the walk, but the ground got very muddy later on, forcing us city slickers to delicately tip toe over deep, troublesome puddles.
Groovy stripy tree.
Cast iron coal tax London boundary markers were situated in amongst the trees. Which was a bit odd.
Read the full story of the walk here: Ashtead and Epsom Commons – a short six mile, birthday walk