Here's another of those terrible maps, but it may show a little of the watershed. I've indicated the very approximate route of the river in the yellow line. It's heavily forested for an agricultural landscape, with a lot of marginal farmland, mostly beef cattle. On the northwest side there is a huge wetland complex, the Bognor Marsh, which I will undoubtedly write about in the future.
By the way, thanks for all those great detailed responses to my question about preparing maps for blog posts. I'll be experimenting with all your advice and trying to step up my game with more maps. Thanks for taking the time to write your comments.
As it continues toward the bay, parts of the valley are quite flat along the river, and widely used as pasture.
Temperature rose above freezing today, and the light fluffy snow is now soggy and wet. But going down below again tonight, and at least a little light snow in sight for several days in the future. Pretty quiet day here, I'm suddenly sleeping a lot during the day as well as at night, but I guess my body knows whats good for it.