Autumn Walk

Tuesday 20th November dawned dull and miserable with a cold easterly wind. What a change from the balmy temperatures of the previous week.
This did not however deter the 11 hardy walkers and 3 lively dogs from setting out from The Juggs pub, Kingston on their latest safari. Our route took us along the river bank and into Lewes, where we stopped for our now traditional banana break, although two members of our party had decided to bring along some fortified liquid, which certainly seemed to provide some “rocket fuel”.
Having crossed the A27 by way of a road bridge a panoramic view of Lewes prison came into sight and shortly thereafter upon reaching Ashmore Hill, we were treated to a wide-ranging view of the countryside leading back down to the coast. After going past The Windmill we descended back into Kingston village and after passing the church were back at The Juggs.
We had pre-ordered our meals, which when they arrived, reasonably quickly, were very welcome in order to replace the calorie burn we had made during this 4-mile walk. The dogs seemed to enjoy themselves immensely and were quite willing to rest whilst we were enjoying our meals.

posted: Tuesday, 20 November 2018

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