Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015


Five of us met at Shorne Country Park on a very overcast and damp day, there were a few flurries of snow about but after feasting on home made biscuits  we took just one look at the very inviting cafĂ© and set off on a walk around the area .First through the country park to the outskirts of Shorne then north to join the A256 , rather than take the short and easy option we turned west towards Gravesend . Before we got there we took the muddy footpath to the village of Chalk . Past the church then east along the local roads . Due to the traffic this was not that much fun . Through Higham back to the A256, then through the village of Shorne and back into the country park for a well earned cup of coffee and lots more  of the  home made biscuits supplied by Leas wife the young and lovely Ruth   Sorry photos not that good due to rubbish weather
No idea of distance but guess in the region of 5 to 6 miles
Shorne Country Park at start of walk

Still within the park

Lovely piece of art being spoilt by mindless vandals


Shorne Village

Chalk Parish  Church

Back within Shorne country park on return leg of walk

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