Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010


Close up of tiles,upon consultation they don't look like typical Roman ones.
It looked very old to me, so I investigated and they say 2,500 years .
First mentioned in 1807 (what took so long)and has a girth of 31feet  2inches.
and its a female whatever that means.
Forgive me ,but do I detect incorrect usage?

the YOI
Oast Houses
The Castle at Sutton Valence,Castle? I hear you cry
From the jarrold pathfinder book, a walk of 5 miles below the ridgeway,then up the street at Ulcombe to All Saints church ,then back along the top
Very sunny,cold,but warm when walking,no wind, 5 miles 4 chaps.Mud

Wednesday, November 17, 2010


A gray coldish,damp day,no sun ,no dicky birds.Basically a pine forest with some birch trees occasionally.We set off from the car park north,to the

Cranbrook road and then turned back,had coffee and meandered back and forth through the forest on compass bearings.
5 chaps 7 miles mud.

Thursday, November 11, 2010


Rough Common east of the City of Canterbury,dates back to Roman times and is mostly flat(good)with excellent paths and a nice mixture of trees that are well looked after.Parking is good,and we met a few volunteer loggers who were taking out birch trees to give the others a chance.
Weather was CAVOK a window of blue skies in a week of rain.
Failed to get lost today,good prep with maps and satellite pictures helped.
A walk that we will return to ,possibly when the snow lay on the ground.
5 of us 5.5 miles sunny 

Wednesday, November 03, 2010


A Twisden grave

Another twisden Grave

A pair of supernatural hands appear in frame

The alpha male in the centre(I feel a certain affinity)
This has a connection with the estate to the north.Who's that geezer lurking?
The Twisdens coats of arms
This is the church where the Twisdens or Twysdens have their last resting place.