‘The Way Back Home’

Just across from me is a place called the Western Heights. It’s now just a local nature reserve, but once during the Napoleonic Wars in the 1860’s, its vast defences were designed to protect Dover from French invasion.


It’s been said that the Western Heights of Dover were one of the most impressive fortifications in Britain.


They comprised of a series of forts, strong points and ditches, designed to protect the country and was reputed to be the ‘strongest and most elaborate’ fortification in the whole nation.


These days it’s a place to walk, to think and to check out the panorama…maybe dream.

Some music. K2 is high up like Western Heights only massively higher. Here’s my number ‘K2 Night’. I hope you enjoy.

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16 thoughts on “THE VIEW FROM ABOVE

    1. Thanks Shey. Its taken me ages to read up on history. Now I can’t stop. I’ve got audio books for the small gym at home and a mass of books covering all kinds of stuff from Ancient Greece to Dover. Thanks again ~ George

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  1. It is good to study history. If it is bad, you learn from it and don’t repeat it. You appear to be lucky enough not to be surrounded by those that wish to destroy it.

    Wonderful pix & music.

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