Photos for September 2021

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A heron in the Stour at Longham Bridge on

Bryan's Stour Valley walk.

Same walk at Longham Lakes.

 

Tea & Cake in Bryan & Caroline's back garden.

Crossing bridge at Canford Magna on the return.

Taking a break at Brenscombe on Rob's walk.  
 
View from Challow Hill.

Returning to Corfe.

 

Setting out to Portland Bill on

Clive & Rosemary's walk.

Walking on the East coast away from the Bill...

Towards Church Ope cove.  

 

       

Walking along Portland's west coast.

Break at Tout Quarry.

 

       

 

 

 

 

Steve led a walk from Swanage

to Corfe Castle along the railway.

Steve striding out in front!

 

Photo opportunity at Herston.

Also at Herston were some horses!!!

Train spotted at Woodyhyde Farm.  
 

Passing through Windmill Knapp

Woolgarston with Corfe in the

background.

 

Passing highland cattle on Peter &

Hilary's walk from Corfe Castle.

Scotland Farm. Crossing Norden Common.  
 

Comma butterfly showing its underside

and why it is named a Comma spotted

on Karen's walk.

We met at St Mary's church in

Lytchett Matravers.

 

Our rest break!!!

Grapes at the English Oak Vineyard.

This Pheasant took over as walk

leader for about 2 minutes along

a narrow path.

 
 

We carried on!!

A picture from Robin of the view

from the 1859 cafe.

 

Some road walking required.

Walking through the vineyard.

The group in a corn fieid near

Lower Ansty on Lesley's walk.

 
 

Approaching Melcombe Park Farm.

Approaching Dorsetshire Gap.

 

Waiting for the rain to arrive

and looking down over

Lyscombe Bottom

Having a rest.

The first ferry of the day spotted

on Brian's walk as they drove

to Christchurch. At Sandbanks.

 
 

Ascent of Hengistbury Head.

Trig' point at the top of the hill.

 

On Hengistbury Head.

Group photo' looking

towards Barton.

On board the Mudeford Ferry.  
 

Stanpit Marsh.

 

Constable's House build

around 1160, and Norman

Chimney in Christchurch

 

Almost back to the start point

on the Wick Ferry.

Our Chairman - Rob near Vigo

having walked 30Km on first

day of the Camino de Santiago

de Compostela.

The end - well done  

 

         

Celebration. Only one

bottle of wine!!!!??