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27 April 2017 - Well Hill & Lullingsone Park. Drew was President for the first time and made a splendid job of it. Thirteen arrived at the Bo Beep car park, all in plenty of time for the off. We all had a jolly fine time, weather was just right for krawling, route was up & down but no steep inclines, there were plenty of stiles especially at the start and finish. Nearly five and a half miles to the half way house which was in the Lullingstone Park Golf Club, the beer was good and very resonantly priced. We the proceeded back to the Bo Beep pub for lunch, again a sensible cost and good service. We were joined by Ken, David H and Harry for lunch bringing our numbers up to 16. The final distance was seven and a half miles.

Present: Drew (President), BN, Jim, Chris, Phil, Dave W, Roger, two John's, Fred, Apples, Rae, Little Mike, Harry, Ken and David H joined for lunch (16)

Apologies: Denis, Ponti, Martin and Dave C (4)

 


30 March 2017 - Underriver. Apples popped up everywhere... he has been unwell for some weeks but sorted the krawl, supplied laminated maps and instructions, saw us off, followed us in his car and acted Presidential at the meal. And we all enjoyed it. Ten krawled the 7.6 miles of the best that Kent can offer in the highest temperatures (in March) for 6 years.  We made the half-way at the Bucks Head just before midday having krawled 5.3 miles. We were joined by David H for lunch at the White Rock Inn. Some thought the governor was a bit off hand but by the time we had eaten well and received the reasonable bill we were warming to him.

Present: Apples, BN, Drew, Phil, Roger, Harry, Chris, Fred, Dave W, Rae, Mike R and David H for lunch (12)

Apologies Martin, Jim, Ken, Dave C, John Butler, Ponti and John Berry (7)

 

 

 


23 February 2017 - Shoreham. Jim led 10 trusty krawlers in mild but very blustery conditions on a near 8 mile route form Shoreham via Lullingstone. Several styles and what seemed mostly up-hill sections meant we were a little slower than normal and we deviated from his planned route to Lullingstone Country Park Cafe. Beer for some, tea and coffee for others meant a slightly lighter bill. The flatter trip back to Shoreham was much appreciated as we wandered back by the river Darenth. We duly arrived at the Two Brewers for a welcomed drink, lots of banter and good food and surroundings. Prior to the off David was presented with his badge having been elected last month.

Present: Jim (President), BN, Drew, John Butler, Chris, Roger, David H, Mike R, Fred, Dave W Ken & Phil joined for lunch (10+2)

Apologies: Harry, John Berry, Martin, Colin, Dave C, Ponti, Rae and Apples (8)

 

 

 


26 January 2017 - Downstream. Freezing cold and overcast weather did not stop the 13 intrepid krawlers making their way to the extreme north of Kent for a very interesting and different krawl. Greenwich DLR was the start as we walked towards and past the Thames Barrier, but not before we hopped on the River Bus. We then went thro Maryon Wilson and Charlton parks before picking up a 54 Bus taking us to the half-way house, The Princess of Wales on Blackheath Common, where we were joined by Ponti - a fine pint, helpful staff and nice surroundings. We then crossed over the Common, past the Observatory and made our way to The Richard 1 pub in Greenwich. Roast Beef was the order of the day, wine flowed, banter reigned, the waitress was excellent. The freight train derailment at Lewisham meant that most had to walk to Ladywell station before taking the train back to West Wickham & Hayes. David Hawkins was introduced as a new member with much acclaim. No GPS but about 8 miles in total for most.

Present: Chris (President), BN, Drew, Jim & friend David, Phil, Harry, Roger, Dave W, Fred, Little Mike, John Butler and John Berry, Ponti joined for second half (14 krawled & dined)

Apologies: Apples, Rae, Dennis, Ken & Dave C (5)