He saw a small silver coin glinting in the long grass,and like a flash he was on his knees.
this looks a bit early
THIS IS CALLED "MALCOLM'S HILL" FOR SOME REASON
YOU COULD FRIGHTEN THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS OUT OF NAUGHTY KIDS WITH THIS
THESE ARE THE TWO LADIES THAT WILL BE LOOKING AT OUR BLOG LATER!
Starting at Ayelsford village car park,we walked to station and caught a train.\Alighting at Cuxton we walked parallel to the track and emerged by the North Downs Way at the A228.
To the woods!-The bluebells are out 3 weeks early(I was warned of this yesterday).
The weather was very misty and humid following last nights thunderstorms in the county.
A very pleasant mix of open valleys and hill crest wooded walks.Bluebells in profusion.
We met a couple of Lady walkers going the other way,whilst we were stopped for our first break.
The sun started to come out and there was a refreshing breeze,the temp rose to 22C eventually.
Very pleasant walking conditions ,slightly muddy where the 4 x 4 boys had been having fun-but live and let live.
After Holly hill ,down to the valley bottom and back up to the crest and then dropping into Snodland ,a bag of chips,a 20 minute wait for the train ,and back to Aylesford.
A rub down with the Sporting Life and a lie down for me
6 of us,11+ miles
an all round nice walk.