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Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, July 08, 2015

Faversham-Conyer

just five us met up at Oare Creek near Faversham on a very overcast type day . After a very false start we found the right path and walked north along the side of Oare Creek Past a lot of boats and boat yards All looking rather sad with the tide at virtually its lowest level .
Eventually reaching the River Swales we followed the path stopping to look at the last remains of the Gunpowder Factory . Around here we debated whether to cut inland and take the short route back to the car or carry on following the river to Conyer We made the wrong choice and took the long way back via Conyer At this stage I did not know one of our group had a damaged foot but being a brave soul he kept quite Taking this path we eventually made Conver where the majority stopped in the local pub for a quick drink Then it was a matter of cutting across country to Luddenham Church and back to our cars It was here we were treated to a very large slice of sponge cake made by a very lovely young lady named Helen In all about 11.6 miles but very tiring
Oare Creek


Davington Church In The Distance


















River Swale

The Old Harty Ferry






Tools From The Past



Remains Of Gunpowder Factory






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Conyer




Luddenham Church

Oare Creek Just A few Of Above Stitched Together

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