Singleton Open Air Museum and Bosham

After a blustery night we set off for the Open Air Museum But got distracted as we passed Goodwood Racecourse and stopped off at The Trundle, which we duly climbed despite the wind.

After this The Open Air Museum, last visit ?35 years ago, Ying reckons she’d never been… Its a bit difficult to describe but consists of a wide open valley and wooded areas with historical houses dotted around in the woods and grounds. The houses are all taken from Sussex, Kent, Hampshire, Surrey, and The Weald, dismantled, then renovated and rebuilt on site. Pictures likely tell a thousand words…

Onwards to Bosham, and reminiscing about painting with Edna, I am not quite sure what age but I suspect 7-8-9. There were two subsequent painting trips, one alone painting a river/wier, and the other later at Bewl Reservoir with Ying along as well

Today we walked round the inlet at Bosham and found the causeway across and to my recollection walked across it and back for the first time.

The Bosham view captured by Tim and Edna on their painting trip