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February 17, 2013 - 22 went

The Sussex Border Path Section 8 - East Grinstead to Ashurst

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Added by Marie-Laure
on Feb 18, 2013.


  • Patricia

    I don't remember this

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  • Christopher

    Yes, I missed it as well, and can anyone identify the horned animal?

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  • Marie-Laure

    ...We sometimes walk so fast & also need to watch every step ('M..') that we miss the scenery but I never miss animals especially the unusual ones like llamas, dog stealing our food, cow hiding staring at us :-) When I saw these 'creatures', I didnt dare to ask anymore, just thought that I was still either v.sleepy or needed glasses :-)

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