Tag Archives: roadkill

69g – Buckler’s Hard to St Leonard’s Grange

Every now and again I take a picture of roadkill.  My wife looks at me in exasperation as I take pictures of various animals which have been flattened and split open before their time.  I accept that it is something … Continue reading

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68e – Fawley to Lepe

Somebody once asked a question: How many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man? It is a famous question.  Many consider it to be a rhetorical question; a metaphor for the journey of life.  Not … Continue reading

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42a – Dungeness to Lydd

The trek inland from Dungeness, around Lydd Ranges, is rather a long one, involving about 6½ miles of road.  The first section, from Dungeness to Lydd, is along the Dungeness Road.  This is a fast road with no pavement, meaning my … Continue reading

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