Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017


Not a lot I can really say in the way of a description other than five this week met at a car park just outside West Hythe . Then on a very hot sunny day we crossed the road , followed the canal into Hythe right next to the Hythe to Dymchurch railway station where stopped for a cuppa Then across the road following the canal to where it is close to the sea front . Here we followed the sea shore towards Folkstone , at the Folkstone end of the golf course we cut inland till we met the canal then ambled back to the car park 8.4 miles very tiring
Top left hand side of photo you can just see a concrete sound mirror

Hythe sea front

Hythe golf course

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