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During a stroll around the forest, I saw coming, a carriage with two horses and four people
When the carriage was very close I have asked for take a picture, but also their email address, of course get the people a photograph of me.
The owner and his family was very happy with the solution, the driver gave permission to use on TE.

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History of forest:
In Reesinghebos we find a variety of beech forest, coppice with oak and pine trees with old black pines. Birds that breed in and around the forest include blackcap, great spotted woodpecker and green woodpecker.
It lies between the Reesinghebos Brugsesteenweg (north) and the Queen Astridlaan (N9 - south). To the west it is bordered by the forest Old Kasteeldreef, east through the backyards of the Rotsart Hertainglaan.
The eastern part, about two thirds of it, consists of an older beech forest with a few larch and oak. The shrub layer consists of rowan, holly and elder (at the edges). Limited is black cherry and we see rejuvenation sycamore on the southern outskirts. Also, there are advancing burrs.
The western part is a mixed forest with thicker Corsican pine and also include beech and chestnut. The American oak along the Old Kasteeldreef provide storage of seeds and simmer / trees that were sawed (coppice). In the shrub layer you particularly like ash.
A drove of Corsican pine and beech stands both lots.
Furthermore line the Brugsesteenweg, besides beech, also old oak.

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