A stroll by the pretty River Medway

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Scenes from the river, December 2008. As usual, click on the thumbnails for larger images

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The mediaeval bridge at Farleigh – the handsome Egyptian-style waterworks is for sale
as a dwelling, should any reader be in the market for a new home

A favourite family winter outing in for us Atkins and Arnotts is a walk along the River Medway, which is at its most attractive between Maidstone and Tonbridge.

There weren’t too many boats worth photographing on the river this week – it is midwinter, after all – but we had only arrived on its banks a few moments when we resolved to spend some time rowing on it in the dory this summer.

For more intheboatshed.net posts about the Medway, click here; there’s more good stuff at the Wikipedia and at the local council’s website.

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