Paleolithic rock shelter.

Thursday, January 17, 2019

No walk

sorry no walk this week , combination of rubbish weather plus one member on holiday(again) one with bad back and one in hospital . As I said adding these together had a week off . Just because I am frightened of a lovely lady in Australia The lovely Wendy  I thought I would grovel and post a few photos from a while ago
Hampton Nr Herne Bay 

Bit like me going rusty 

Wednesday, January 09, 2019


I know I stated that last weeks blog was going to be the last one but one of our group has had to miss this weeks walk as he had to undergo a major surgery yesterday and is now stuck in hospital for a couple of weeks so I thought I would do this one so he can see what he has missed
Just four of us started off at Halstow on a cold cloudy day . We immediately walked to the footpath that follows the River Medway where the barge The Edith May is moored . We then followed the footpath eastwards . There is not much in the way of a route I can describe , the footpath eventually cuts inland then to the village of Upchurch and onwards across the fields back to Halstow 5 miles that's all but good company and nice walk

Edith May at start of walk 

River Medway at start of walk 

Parish Church at Upchurch 

Isle Of Sheppy in the distance 

Wednesday, January 02, 2019


Happy 2019 to everyone lets hope this is a good year to you all . This was our first walk for 2019 and for practical reasons we made it local to the majority of the walkers and met up at Hucking car park
This is one of those walks we have done numerous times so will  bore you with a description other than it was muddy and overcast but enjoyable . 5.8 miles with 6 of us
We realise very few, if any, read this blog so this may be our last ever blog, if it is then thanks to anyone who bothered to watch us old codgers get older