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Poem 1: Message of the March Wind
Now sweet, sweet it is on the land to be straying,
With the birds and the blossom and the beasts of the field,
Love mingles with love, and no evil is weighing on thy heart of mind where all sorrow is healed.
Ordnance Survey Pathfinder 1208 (TQ 45/55)
. 09:02am train from Chatham (Medway) along Victoria line to Swanley, change train here, then onto Knockholt.
. Footpath to (121) on map onto orange road. Left along road, pick up footpath from (121) to Stonehouse lane.
. Footpath from The Old Rectory to Nursery. Footpath to Rushmore Hill farm.
. (We should have taken footpath through Perry wood but followed on along track which came out further back on Stubbs hill).
. Lane round to (167) on map. Bridleway to High wood. Footpath (first left) towards New Years wood. Right footpath at New Years wood to Mace farm.
. Left into Mace lane, follow to Hostye farm. Cudham lane north to Snag lane. Bridleway from Snag farm through Foxbury wood to Broom wood.
. Broom wood to Norsted Manor farm, past (38) on map to Fairrough farm. Lane to (122) on map, past School into Pratts Bottom.
. Up Norsted lane, past Norsted Manor farm. Through the Chase, across to Charmwood farm and up Charmwood lane to Fairtrough farm.
. Bridleway through Hook wood to Pratts Bottom. Footpath from Rushmore Hill to the Sevenoaks road (A21) continue to railway tunnel.
. Turn left on marked path (===) to meet up with footpath along side of railway to railway station.
The whole of this Hill above the Sevenoaks road and the Tunnel is being turned into a Golf course and the path along the line of the Tunnel has been obliterated with earth moving and landscaping. As well as this it was now dark so we walked in the general direction the path would have been and came out at the T junction below Chelsfield Riding School and walked back up the road to the railway footpath. Started sunny - blue sky - stiff westerly (chilly) breeze. Fairly thick cloud cover developed early afternoon with some breaks for Sun. Late afternoon cloud dispersed and wind dropped to give late Sunshine. Train went straight through Knockholt to Sevenoaks some mix up at Orpington. Had to wait for next train back and arrived Knockholt 10 to 11 instead of 10:00am. Best of the Sunshine in the morning an hour of which we spent impounded on the railway between Orpington and Sevenoaks.