Not sure which web-footed rambler to thank for these pictures from Ann's wade from Keston Ponds to Fickleshole on 8th January 2020
The paths were a trifle damp due to the inclement weather.
Some of the bridges were doing a man/woman-full job.
Lucky this young lady had waterproof boots.
Thanks to Anita S for these pictures of Mike Jackson's walk from Chiddingstone to Edenbridge on Wed 17th July 2019
These are pictures from our now resident ipad photographer Anita S of Susan's walk from Edenbridge on Wed 15th May 2019
These are some pictures taken by a new walker Shilpi, on David's Woodland Walk from Selsdon through to Tatsfield on 24th Feb 2019.
I wish I could take photos like this.
I'm sure it's over there
A frisky pair of onlookers
Not a bad photo on reflection
These are some pictures taken by Anita S on her iPad on David's 13m walk around Bewl Water on a glorious day, 10th April 2019.
Our select band (-our gallant photographer)
David wouldn't have forgiven me if I didn't include this one.
Anita S has been at it again, this time on Philip's 'Dickens Walk' on a glorious April day (17th)
This was the Thames landscape that Dickens walked with his father and inspired Great Expectations.
It's kind of bleak but lots of birds (is my hair really that thin on top?)
St James Church where Pip and Abel Magwitch meet
and the little graves, 13 in all but Dickens only mentioned 5
Coolings Castle (1380), supposed to be designed to use and withstand gunpowder weapons. Captured in 8 hrs in 1554 but by then the warranty had expired. Now used for weddings.
This is the 6 Bells, the only pub left in Cliffe where we lunched.