Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

5th Anniversery Hike North Downs

Over on the right you will see a tree with a parasol shape.This is a scion of the world's most famous apple tree (Newton-Head-Gravity etc)called Flower of Kent

It stated to sleet with a cold wind,so I received no dissent when,one mile short of our target we turned back.

North Downs Way,lots of fallen trees.
We had a fifth anniversery breakfast at Bramleys restaurant,to mark circa 250 walks and 1800 miles with no fatalities.Norman joined us as senior associate member.6 of us walked about 7 miles (our average)not a nice day for walking,a cold wind sleet etc muddy underfoot.The bus arrived fairly promptly to take us back to East Malling.Sorry no pix of our happy group owing to forgetfulness on my part.Two Sausages,Two Eggs,Mushroom,toast,Beans,Coffee,Tea,Orange Juice.
A Merry Christmas to all our followers.

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