Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, April 09, 2008


Aylesford-Cuxton-Snodland 9th April
Five of us met up again at Aylesford car park on a lovely sunny morning and then walked to the railway station where we caught the train to Cuxton.
At Cuxton we walked north along the main road until we could join the North Downs way public footpath roughly opposite the Medway Bridge. We followed the North Downs Way through Mill Hill Wood . Great views all along this route the only down side was the muddy tracks .
We then passed Upper Bush ( what a smashing place to live) and stopped for a coffee break.
While having coffee we were entertained by two Buzzards riding the thermals above our heads.
We then carried on up a very steep Holly Hill
Again the tracks through the woods we deeply rutted and very muddy making the going very hard work. but it was a nice surprise seeing a the bluebells beginning to show themselves
From the top of the North Downs Way we eventually walked down a narrow track to Snodland and onto the train back to Aylesford
Sub Editors Note: No idea why the script has come out underlined

Old boat at Cuxton :start of walk
Medway Bridge In Background
Bluebells starting to show
Typical woodland track

Why has this tree gone like this

Typical View
House in Snodland
Aylesford Bridge : Note high tide

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