Monthly Archives: August 2012

29b – Whitstable

We were mightily impressed with Whitstable.  Maybe we were seduced by the hive of activity after having walked so many empty miles of meandering mudflats.  Maybe it was the buzz of the Bank Holiday weekend.  Maybe it was because the … Continue reading

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29a – Seasalter to Whitstable

Today we were joined by three guest walkers:  Mike, Lisa and my mother-in-law Barbie.  We had been looking forward to this day with no small degree of expectation.  It was the day where estuary turned to sea; we would leave mudflats and … Continue reading

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28 – Faversham to Seasalter

This stage of our walk around the coast of Britain did not go quite to plan.  As we sat in three hours’ worth of solid traffic, held up by a motorway accident on the way to our start point, we slowly realised we … Continue reading

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27 – Sittingbourne to Faversham

Our walk today started along an embankment of the River Swale at Sittingbourne.  We picked wild blackberries and ate them as we went. We passed the Elmley Ferry, one of three ferry crossings that used to provide a service over to the Isle … Continue reading

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