I hope these pictures can give you some idea of the peace, tranquility and relaxing nature of the situation of the caravan in the woods at Kelling Heath. The caravan stands opposite this conservation pond, which was actually a gravel pit when I first went there as a child, and we had a swing over the pit from the big horse chestnut tree you can see further down the post.
Much of the area is left to grow wild, and paths are cut through for walkers.
This is the tree from the far side of the pond, with my back to the mature woodland and the caravans in the roadway opposite.
This is the tree from the caravan side. We used it as a playground, climbing in the branches, about 30 years ago!
UFO? Thought this cloud formation was worthy of a photo....
That's the caravan in the background. It's up for sale, and will be pulled off that site at the end of the year. Feels sad, the end of an era, the loss of another connection with my mum. Four generations of our family have stayed on this particular pitch since my parents bought the first van there when I was 9.......
Another very similar shot.