Pooh Corner, 100 Acre Wood

A Walk to Pooh Corner {England} (24/48)

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On our way home this summer, three of the kids and I were camping at Aldenham Country Park for Blogstock, a blogging festival.

The kids discovered that Winnie the Pooh’s home was just behind the field where we were staying, and they could not wait to show me.

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So we wandered off one evening into the 100 Acre  Wood.

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Or 100 Aker Wood?

We found our way to Owl’s Tree house and Eeyore’s house. There was even a bridge for playing Pooh Sticks.

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And after we re-discovered the North Pole, we walked to Rabbit’s House.

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I guess everyone was tired from the trip to the North Pole.

The whole park was really precious and it was good to get a walk in after a day of blogging sessions.

Actually there is more than one Pooh Corner in England, even one with a tea room. Maybe we’ll happen upon it next time.

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Where have you been walking lately?

Here are a few more walks from our group:

Ines walked a hard mountain this summer, both literally and figuratively.

Stacey walked in Kenya. (Part 1 and 2)

And Ellen is walking in the Pacific Northwest this summer.




1 Comment

  1. Neat!!! The little buildings are so cute!!

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