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A walk round Kings Somborne.

110 months ago
King's Somborne
Has the sound of a rural community about it and was a place I had heard about for a while as my wife had been there dog training, so when she said she was off there again one Saturday I said I would come along. I looked on my OS maps for the place to see what was worth visiting and to plan a route to take. We got to the village hall Photo around 9 and by 9:15 I was checking my map for which way to go and setting the GPS, the offer of going off road in a 4X4 though tempting did not...
king's sombourn village sir thomas sopwith

Time for another

113 months ago
Lock number 94
I think it is time I wrote another Blog being as I have not written anything since June. Mind you things have not been easy as we have been getting some building work done round the house so my little trips have been curtailed to a certain extent. That is not to say I have stopped contributing just not quite so many. Up to when the work started I had 500+ in backlog to work with now Iím down to going out on a weekend to get a couple of hundred. A lot of the photos I have taken are from round...
pillboxes benchmarks village

Exploring Antony Passage and the Lynher riverside footpath

119 months ago
Antony Passage
Take a walk down to Antony Passage, a quiet Cornish village just to the south of Saltash, with its historic tidal mill pond, old mill and tiny harbour, and contrasting views open up: the imposing railway viaduct crossing the mouth of Forder Lake, the expanse of mud flats at low tide and the narrow street down to the harbour-side cottages. Follow the public footpath through the dense and varied woodland along the River Lynher and explore the tidal shore line; discover the old railway...
geo-trip walk tidal river cornish village

Snowy weekend

125 months ago
St Marys at night
After the success of last weekend I wondered what I'd be doing this one. Reading was beckoning for some Christmas shopping and places I had taken photos of. I'd let the dog out at 7:30 then went back to bed for five minutes only to wake up again around 8:30 and 2 inches of snow outside, Reading did not look such a good proposition. I ended up taking some photos round the village of the snow, not that I found it very inspiring. Night shots looked a better prospect thus around 20:00hrs I...
snow churches villages cholsey

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