Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Leeds Church-Harrietsham

Leeds Church to Harrietsham 4th June 2008

This week we reverted to our usual Wed and met up at the leaders house to start the day off with a spot of changing a lot of fence panels believing many hands make light work. Then a drive to Leeds church for the start of our walk.
Setting off through the grounds of the church then onto the public footpath through the lovely grounds of Leeds Castle. Leaving Leeds castle grounds on the A20 near the Park Gate Inn and across the road heading north, along various tracks and lanes to cross over the Eurostar track and took the slightly NE route to Harrietsham . The weather very muggy made us step up the pace a bit to get to our planned destination The Roebuck Inn at Harrietsham for a well earned drink and a spot of excellent value for money lunch , an OAP special board. Made even better by being served by a very pleasant young lady.
By the time we left the sun had put its hat on and made the going very warm, this time we took a different route back but unfortunately very muddy in places and overgrown mainly with stinging nettles. Eventually arriving back at the Church by this more southerly route
Grounds Of Leeds Castle
Typical Kent Lane
Another Hill
Roebuck Inn Harrietsham Lunch Stop
On A Farm On Walk
Typical Muddy Track
Track Overgrown By Stinging Nettles
Leeds Castle In Distance On Return Walk

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