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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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The  bridleway  along  Epping  Green.
The bridleway along Epping Green.
The  R.U.P.P leading  to  Epping  Green
The R.U.P.P leading to Epping Green
This  horse  was  in  a  paddock  marked  Clydesdale.
This horse was in a paddock marked "Clydesdale".
Flowers  alongside  the  R.U.P.P.
Flowers alongside the R.U.P.P.
The Traveller's  Friend  pub ,reflected  in  the  village  pond.
The Traveller's Friend pub ,reflected in the village pond.
A 1930's  style  house.
A 1930's style house.
Weatherboarded  house.
Weatherboarded house.
The  footpath  leading  away  from  Epping  Green.
The footpath leading away from Epping Green.
The  wicket  gate.
The wicket gate.
At  last, open  country  again.
At last, open country again.
A  waymarker  and  a  prepared  footpath.
A waymarker and a prepared footpath.
Quite  suddenly, I'm  aware  of  being  watched.
Quite suddenly, I'm aware of being watched.
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