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Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Breakfast first-Then walk.East Malling Teston

TESTON BRIDGE.BLOWN UP BY JOHN MILLS IN THE EXCELLENT FILM "DUNKIRK"
WHERE HAVE THE OTHERS GONE TO?


The only time it's ever quiet is when we eat .That's for the prophet Elija at the end









Ditton Lab-well,what can I say,it payed the mortgages for a couple of decades.


M27 Dwarfing rootstock



Government funded work simulation unit (only 60 left out of 350)




















World famous cricket ball factory,now a dwelling house ?












The floodplain doing what is says on the tin and flooding on the plain






River Medway at Barming going very fast after 24 hours and 50mm of rain


We wait patiently whilst the photographer tries to work out how his camera functions
He was supposed to set the timer and join us,but only got 2 feet away when it went off.

We met up at Bramley's restaurant,where we had booked a table for 9,for an FEB.
which consisted of 2 Sausages,Tomatoes,2 slices fried bread,beans,egg,3 rashers of bacon,
bread and butter ,tea or coffee,all freshly cooked and taken in the new conservatory.
Our route for the walk was;-Ditton Lab,Gallaghers quarry,Barming water tower,Barming bridge,
towpath along the Medway to Teston(where the "Fall of the Year 2008 was awarded)
stop for coffee,and then Cricket ball factory,Livesey street,North Pole (go figure)Sweets Lane,
Rocks farm and back on to the research station.Nice day ,sunny not too cold,and a walk of 7 or 8 miles for 7 of us .