Walking to Rome: Day Five on the Chaucer Way

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Sittingbourne

Tongue Mill

Stone Chapel

Madison Dieux, Ospringe

Faversham

Saint Mary of Charity Church

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  1. As always, David, greatly enjoying your travelogue. The images are entrancing. I’m guessing you may be too involved in the walk to provide a narrative? In any event, I’m thinking of doing a walk next spring, and may use your experiences to inform my route. Safe travels to you & Gail

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    1. Thanks Gordon. I would love to do more text to accompany the photos. I must be slowing down. It seems to take a full evening on the road just to select and edit photos and get a blog post put together….and get some time in at a local pub.

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