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Thames looking lovely today at Iffley Lock
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Thames Path National Trail Sep 15
Thank you we love hearing and seeing all the different aspects to life on the Good Luck for the next stretch, are you aiming for the whole route in the next few days, or doing it over a longer period?
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Thames Path National Trail Sep 17
And he was on the earlier this week, spotted by Oxfordshire's own Marathon Man who's walking from source to sea this week.
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Fantastic Mr ThamesPath Ox πŸ‚πŸ‘£ Sep 18
Day 15: Greenwich to Crawford Ness. Just went on the Cable Cars at North Greenwich. Did not enjoy. 🀒
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Fantastic Mr ThamesPath Ox πŸ‚πŸ‘£ Sep 14
Day 11: Windsor to Chertsey, 15.5miles. Highlights being Runnymede, The Swan at Staines for lunch & walking the loop trail around hidden away Penton Hook Island.
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Fantastic Mr ThamesPath Ox πŸ‚πŸ‘£ Sep 16
Day 13: Teddington Lock to Putney Bridge. 13 miles. The start of the tidal Thames & walked with my great mate Si. Great day, a few pubs on the way!
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Thames Path National Trail Sep 16
Hey walkers, keep a look out for these five people from 99 Sqn paddle-boarding 99 miles Lechlade to Romney Lock to raise awareness of mental health issues for and funds for
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Fantastic Mr ThamesPath Ox πŸ‚πŸ‘£ Sep 15
Having great blister-treatment chat with my mum this evening.
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Fantastic Mr ThamesPath Ox πŸ‚πŸ‘£ Sep 17
Good morning from St Katherine’s Dock. Day 15 of my walk, & today I hope to reach the official end of the at Thames Barrier. I will carry on a little further- but still unsure how far. May depend on what the coastal path in Kent is like!
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Thames Path National Trail Sep 16
London's only National Trail bringing people closer to the River Thames and its constantly changing views as the sun rises on a new day. Thank you for sharing your lovely photos and thoughts
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Fantastic Mr ThamesPath Ox πŸ‚πŸ‘£ 9h
Day 16: sod it, I’m pushing on. Dartford Creek to Gravesend to start with, and will see how my feet are after lunch!
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Thames Path National Trail Sep 16
Looking forward to this very much! If you're following follow
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Fantastic Mr ThamesPath Ox πŸ‚πŸ‘£ Sep 18
Last pub before the end of the official - Anchor & Hope.
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Fantastic Mr ThamesPath Ox πŸ‚πŸ‘£ Sep 18
If you wanted to know what’s at the end of the ...? It’s two unattended tins of budget rice pudding. πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ
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Thames Path National Trail Sep 16
Rivers and their landscapes of floodplain meadows, wet woodlands and estuarine marshlands are vital connectors in Nature Recovery Networks. Follow for 'more, bigger, better, joined' wildlife habitats from the Cotswolds to the North Sea.
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Thames Path National Trail 4h
Celebrating Landscapes for Life Week with The follows the river from its source in the and links the with the in Oxfordshire. πŸ“·
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Fantastic Mr ThamesPath Ox πŸ‚πŸ‘£ Sep 14
Day 11: Windsor to Chertsey. Just passed 150 miles walked so far as I passed Datchet.
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Fantastic Mr ThamesPath Ox πŸ‚πŸ‘£ Sep 17
Day 14: Putney to Greenwich with . Via Westminster, Tower Bridge & Wapping. 17 miles today, a total of 208 miles in 2 weeks. I’m shattered, but was a great day.
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Fantastic Mr ThamesPath Ox πŸ‚πŸ‘£ Sep 16
Day 13: Teddington to Putney. Walking with this goober today.
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Thames Path National Trail Sep 16
Is that blister-treatment effective? Into the beating heart of on the One more day to reach the Thames Barrier? Many more pubs to enjoy along the way 🍻
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