Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, November 09, 2011


A typical Fir plantation black as night.

If you come to a fork in the road,take it (think about it)

Fly Agaric,as opposed to Flybe.

This is the only place where we are certain of our location

At this point we carried out stick hiding,ladybird catching,and sitting on a wet rock.

A yew plantation

This tree goes walkabout at night.

The Elephant tree African or Indian?

Unusually,we are all together ,no one lagging behind

We walked through a Beech area with majestic trees.

I can see an elephant,but then I'm not all there.

The Usual Suspects.

The Loch Ness Monster in wood (natural)
Meeting at the southern most car park in White Hill lane we looked first,at the Boughton Long Barrow,a hump of earth (stone age)
and then through various paths in the woods ,through a Yew wood and a Beech Wood,roaming free.The WX was damp and misty
and then on the way back the sun came out .We did about 7 or 8 miles in 3 hours and there were 7 of us.I might put an equal strain on all parts now.

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