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Lets Go Fly A Kite...

Sailing in from the distant sky, a blue-grey sea of spring calm and placid cloud, I thought at first another Common Buzzard was making routine rounds above the open fields in search of Rabbits. 1,333 more words

Wildlife

Week 7 - 12/2/17 - 18/2/17

Last week I said that I hoped to improve on that weeks total step stats and this week I can now reveal that I really did improve!  274 more words

Walking

Rapperswil

Rapperswil is the next station from Pfaffikon, going eastwards. The distance between the two towns is 3.6 miles: a 5-minute train ride or a walk of one hour and 10 minutes.  311 more words

Travel

Shirlett on a grey day

Mild, dry, a light breeze – we ought to stretch our legs. How about Shirlett? It’s very pleasant up here – quiet, some good views, and we’re on our own until the last half-mile between the Hurst Farm pools and the car. 20 more words

Photography

Shere circular

Thirty-four turned up for the start of this morning’s five mile walk. We met in the car park by the recreation ground in Shere as did, coincidentally, four other groups (Mid Surrey Ramblers, Farnham Ramblers, Surrey County Walkers and another group who set off shortly after 9 am). 372 more words

Walks

5th February 2017: Chelsfield Circular

After a few minor train hiccups, we all met up at Chelsfield Station for a circular walk led by Jessie. The walk took us through parks, woodland and fields in a green area within the London travel zones. 43 more words

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2nd February 2017: River Peck and the Earl's Sluice

The starting point of this south London trail was known to several of us. The Honor Oak had long been a key point in Camberwell; there Queen Elizabeth I joined in may dancing in 1602. 367 more words

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