Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016


Only five of us this week met up at the Car Park next to Hampton Pier, East of Herne Bay, on a rather overcast day .
We set up east following the path that in turn follows the sea shore , Despite the chilly start to the day there were a lot of people out and about walking their dogs, or simply enjoying the sea air .
This path leads passed a mobile home camp then loads of beach huts some needing a dash of paint . Eventually we arrived at Whitstable and its working harbour , this is always my favourite part of this walk with the fishing boats and various working boats . After stopping for a coffee some of the walkers had to search out a local butchers that sold meat pies .
Suitably refreshed we simply we retraced out steps but by this time the sun had come out and we all got rather too warm 8 plus miles in all
Car Park at Hampton Pier at start of walk Herne Bay in distance

Hampton Pier

Looking East

Looking back towards Hampton Pier

Now heading to Whitstable Note high tide

Whitstable Harbour

Oyster Shells


Do not think this has moved for a long time

One of the better ones

Heading back to Hampton Pier

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