Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015


this week six of ignored the weather forecast that promised rain, rain and a bit more rain and all met up at Bishopsbourne Chruch and despite the weather lady it was overcast but dry .
We set up through the lovely church yard into the fields beyond
This is where we went as described by our leader as I simply have no idea

Through church yard, cross Nail Bourne stream to Bourne Park Road, pass Bourne House and turn up track on your left.Follow track over hill to Pett Bottom Lane, turn left then right up track to Whitehill Wood. Follow track through wood to Little Eaton Farm, cross road and follow track along edge of Gorsley Wood until you reach Crows Camp Road.Turn left to top of hill then right along track to Tarmac lane turn left and go as far as Langham Park Barn, turn right up track and halfway across field take track on left which leads us back to Bishopsbourne.

What he has not mentioned is that there were lots of hills , it rained very hard from about the halfway point and the route included lots of very muddy fields Saying that it was still a very enjoyable walk
Six of us and 7.5 miles

Next week Doddington

Bishopsbourne Church at an angle for effect

This was at full flow last time we were here

Think Constable Could Paint This One

Old railway bridge

Yet another hill

Tea Break

Guess what they are

Were you right

Yup another hill

Two very well trained dogs

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