On Sunday, we woke up to clear skies and bright sunshine for the first time in what feels like months. When you live in England, you have to capitalise on these days as you never know when they will return, so we hopped in Delilah and zoomed off to Knole Park in Kent. Unfortunately, the spectacular house is closed until spring but the surrounding park was open for us to explore – it is home to an ancient herd of deer (apparently brought in by kings of old to hunt) and is one of the few deer parks to have survived over the past 500 years! We tried to get up close to the bambis but they were wise to our stealth approach and rudely trotted away before we got to them. The park is breathtakingly beautiful and we had a really relaxing day out in the brisk fresh air. It is only a short drive from London so if you are in the area, it is well worth the visit!
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