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January 15th 2017

Yesterday evening we watched a film called Mile..mile and a half a documentary about six friends walking the John Muir trail in America over 25 days..wow the scenery was ‘awesome’ ( I really hate that word)… but it did make us itch to get out walking.   151 more words

Coastal Walks

September

One of Earth Wind and Fire’s finest, but also a great month if the weather is half decent, as it has been. I haven’t been out walking much, due to work and various things, and when I have it’s been mostly very local. 53 more words

Shoreham

Bough Beech – the lake you can't quite get to

From the heights of Emmett’s Gardens, perched on the Greensand Ridge by Ide Hill, the reservoir at Bough Beech off to the south looks so inviting on a hot summer’s day – a cool dash of blue among shades of green, dotted with the white of small sailing dinghies breezily tacking this way and that. 940 more words

Kent

Whitsun and I: late May colour around Hever, Kent

Despite the bluebells having gone, the Kent countryside is looking fantastic, so verdant, so ancient, so colourful with green, yellow and white predominating. This is especially true on the… 274 more words

Kent

Two days in a row...

Last weekend saw our first double day of walking, the forecast was good and the diary was free (we made it).

We set off on Saturday in the opposite direction to usual, Cliftonville to Minnis Bay its about a 14 mile round trip along the coast. 676 more words

Coastal Walks