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Mud, mud & more mud...

We set off today for a walk in the country with our friends Karen & Terry.  Our walk started our work near West Stourmouth, outside a very old church, luckily it was open so we were able to have a quick look round before commencing our walk. 234 more words

Kent Walks

Ramsgate & back...

A Saturday walk for a change, it looked very cold and windy outside as we were having breakfast…there is that moment when you both look at each other, that shall we stay inside or do we still walk look… we agreed still walk but we need to get off and out as soon as possible or we will change our minds. 96 more words

Coastal Walks

Foggy walk

This Sunday we arranged to meet with friends Karen and Mark out at Weddington.  We left home in bright sunshine but within about 10 minutes we were in dense fog.. 139 more words

Kent Walks

Appledore to Rye - Saxon Shore Way

Here is a section of the Saxon Shore Way which goes inland,  away from the coast, with views from the escarpment over the Romney Marshes. 1,432 more words

Places

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