|I was going to say "Rattlesnake my A**E"but thought better of it.|
|Baz and any joke you care to choose about"getting his leg over"|
|These chaps did their duty barking and then sat in the sun with their eyes shut|
|Any aggro and I shall launch myself at your undercarriage OK?|
|135 years worth not including the horse.|
|A Badger Sett,not very old,but very big.|
|There was a lamb being born across the field as we watched.|
|The so called "Pilgrims Way"|
|Top of the hill at Thurnham|
|LOOK!Bluebells 6 or 7 weeks early at least|
|...And did those feet in ancient times,walk upon Englands mountains green.|
lovely day,sunny ,clear ,a little breeze,God had put the air conditioning on,we met at the stables,ignoring the girls in Johdpurs and walked across to Thurnham and up the hill.We walked along the Trackway at the top for a change,which was very pleasant.
I stopped to take some pix of Cold Blow radio station,where I used to fix wireless sets.Then carried along the NDW ,we stopped for coffee and actually laid on the grass and did a "Last of the Summer Wine"then down to whitehall,where the footpath through someone's back garden was blocked,luckily the KCC footpath officer was just up the path and said he would look into it.
Then back to the stables.
4 chaps 8 miles hot
There seems to be a diagonal avenue of trees on google sat pic?
and at the northern end is an old house .
The bricks in the pillars don't look like they are very old or they would be a lot smaller with musch less mortar.
I have found ref.to The lost village of Aldington,and,as its Aldington lane
that might tie-in.I shall ask a local expert and get back to you.
On this ,winter picture from Bing maps,you can see an avenue more clearly.