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A west to east crossing of the County of Essex

This year I intend to walk across Essex,from west to east,beginning at the ancient market town of Waltham Abbey,made famous in antiquity,as the place where I was married.Oh!and the last Saxon King,Harold II,wot got an arrow in his eye,he was buried there.From there,by a diverse route to Chipping Ongar,thence following the St.Peter's Way,the old pilgrimage route to St. Cedd's Chapel, in the remains of the Roman Fort of OTHONA,on the Dengie Peninsula.
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Purleigh  mount
Purleigh mount
Steps  up  onto  the  old  railway
Steps up onto the old railway
St. Peter's  Way  footpath  approaching  Roundbush.
St. Peter's Way footpath approaching Roundbush.
Pea  flowers.
Pea flowers.
The  approach  to  Sparrow  Wycke  farm
The approach to Sparrow Wycke farm
Sparrow  Wycke  is  getting  closer.
Sparrow Wycke is getting closer.
Sparrow  Wycke  Farm
Sparrow Wycke Farm
Arriving  in  Mundon
Arriving in Mundon
The c 18th century  White  Horse  pub.
The c 18th century White Horse pub.
A  house  called  Clematis.
A house called "Clematis".
A  reflection  of  a  house  in  Mundon
A reflection of a house in Mundon
c18th  Century  Mundon  Hall , reflected  at  sunset.
c18th Century Mundon Hall , reflected at sunset.
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