Initial Visit – The Woodland Walk

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I found a fox skull on the walk, like a treasure waiting under a bush. The rest of thr group walked straight passed it.

The woodland shows signs of human management, but as the only visitors, it maintained a mysterious aura.

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Initial Visit – The Woodland Walk

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