Time wounds all heels.

Time wounds all heels.
2,700 miles so far out of 4,000 in 8 years.Where's Ray? We are posing in the Paleolithic rock shelter in Kent.50,000 years old

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

HUCKING WOODLAND TRUST

Starting grey,both meteorologically and transport wise.They closed Hollingbourne to resurface the road and were short of some Road Closed signs ,so just carried on.
When we got to the RV (only 5 minutes late)we set off into the woods and the sun eventually came out
and when we passed the Hook and Hatchet pub and popped in for a half,no crisps,no coffee,etc etc.
Back to the cars and a tentative search for a rad open to civilisation.
5 miles 7 chaps.
Video of the location.







Which one was goosed?

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Isle of Harty

A bike ride for three this week,Leysdown to Harty and return
A drink in the pub half way then back to the burger bar and a bacon roll and a mug of tea
Blue skies very hot a nice breeze.
Did we not take any pix of those girls in bikini tops and daisy Dukes?
Harty Ferry in Winter









He seems to have put on weight.




The Bailiffs chucking EMRS staff out of the NFU

Thursday, July 10, 2014

BLUEBELL RAILWAY TRIP

4 Of us with 3 of us navigating,we still got a little lost.Arriving at 11.30 and noticing the smell of food coming from the LICENSED restaurant we had an early lunch which was v good as expected.
Also a small glass of beer to go with it.The train came in a bit later after we had an Ice Cream.
Off to the end of the line (£16 or so)East Grinsted ,throuhgh the new section that runs into the
main line terminus ,allowing locomotives to make a break for it onto the main railway system.A  Cab ride video,watch fulls creen HERE
Another video HERE
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE EMR STAFF ON THE BRIGHTON BIKE RUN £2000 DONATED
AN Underground LONDON TRANSPORT loco with condenser fitted,








Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Doddington

Minus our former headmaster but welcoming the return of our leader , after missing two weeks walk five of us met up on an overcast day at Doddington Church
We left the car park and walked along side the lovely church with its unusual name, look at the photo of its name board
Across the lovely area outside Doddington Gardens into the woods , following the path to Sharsted Court . Then following the leader, as always we made our way to Lynsted The fact this route went through a Cherry Orchard was just accidental Then on to  Loyterton  Farm following the public footpaths . . At the farm we had to keep to the roads for a short stretch then cutting across a ripening corn field, that was a public footpath we eventually made it back to Shartsted Court and finally Doddington Church . A walk we have done a few times but always enjoyable