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# Tag Archives: Thames Path

## Busy times, 1

No time to do much more than a brief running commentary of what I am doing, just for my own sanity. Pardon the self-indulgence! The Mathematical Structures exam was on Wednesday afternoon. It was in a new venue to me, … Continue reading

## Thames Down Link

The Thames Down Link is a path I have walked many times, for some reason most often in the autumn. It links two long-distance National Trails, the 296km Thames Path at Kingston and the 246km North Downs Way at Westhumble. … Continue reading

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Tagged Bonesgate, Hogsmill, North Downs Way, Thames Path, William Bourne
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## Ninja knitters strike again

Last year we came across the work of the ninja knitters in Streatham. This weekend we saw some more of their work in Greenwich (though it seemed more like crochet to my inexpert eye). This was in a grim stretch … Continue reading