As of this moment I am currently enjoying my summer holidays back home in Sussex before my second term starts back at Bangor. I have lived my entire life in the same house, in Sussex, as result I have an awful lot of emotional attachments to this little county and no mater how many adventures I have traversing mountains in Snowdonia; it is here that my heart lies.

So for this post I decided to share some of the photos I have taken of my home and then perhaps you who read this will also understand why I love to live here.

Nymans Forest with the late afternoon sun shinning through the trees
Looking out across Sussex from the South Downs
If your walking in Sussex and you haven’t come across a dairy cow at some point, then you haven’t been walking for long enough
This particular herd greets me every other week
The river Adur flows lazily through the county and towards the sea
The bright white cliffs of the Seven Sisters
The South Downs rise up, I’ve always enjoyed the Downs, living as I do in a famously flat part of the world, they’ve always felt like my own mini mountain range
Though they do not always have the best weather
Roe deer graze in the long summer grass
Nymans House, gutted by fire, but now flowing with flowers
No matter how many times I’ve walked this countryside I’ve can never grow tired nor despondent with it

No matter where I end up in the world or what countries I travel to, I think, in the end, Sussex is where I’ll always find myself.

Thus concludes my tale, if you enjoyed this story feel free to write in the comments, or leave like and thanks for reading.

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