Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, January 30, 2013


six of us met up at Dunkirk, between Faversham and Canterbury and under the temporary leadership of Lea we headed away from the old A2 and towards Bossenden Farm . Note we soon found out that this is a private path but the very friendly landowner allowed us to go through his property then into Crooked Oak woods . In one minute flat we found out that the paths were muddy to the extreme .
We carried on slipping and sliding into Blean Woods National Nature Reserve where the going did not get any better.
It was obvious that we could not stick to Leas carefully planned route so we simply made it up as we went along although we had to try to find drier paths and with this in mind we headed for Dargate . At the point we left the woods near Dargate we were treated to spectacular views over the river Swale and Whitstable . From this point we kept to the roads and across Dawes Rd and back to the cars .
 Typical Muddy Path At Start Of Walk

 One of the better paths

 Another old tractor

Lovely Farm House photo by JC

 View Over The River Swale
 Whitstable in the distance

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