Geocaches - 21
Mrs M is working in Stratford-upon-Avon. A scene of two of my walks this year already, so I headed further afield to look for a caching trail.
I wasn't going to blog today but the walking is so spectacular that I felt the need to share my photos. A gorgeous circuit of Brailes Hill, providing superb views across Warwickshire. Good footpaths, little mud and sheep the occasional lifestock.
The caching is perfect. 7 miles, parking co-ordinates provided, a bonus to identify from letter clues in each cache and hides that aren't simply signposted in the hints. I say this, having failed to find the 1st on the trail. I do get the bonus.
Here's what awaits.
|First views from Brailes Hill|
|Dropping off a TB|
|Bottom of the hill|
|Avenue of flowers takes you to Sutton Under Brailes|
|Church at Sutton Under Brailes|
|King of the Cache Containers|
|Path back to Lower Brailes|
|Lower Brailes Church|
Superb Round - Thanks to the CO Griff Grof
But I know what you're thinking.... where's the post walk real ale.
Mrs M is picked up bang on the allotted time and we stop off at the home of the Archers in Inkberrow.
The Old Bull is a perfect country pub - worthy of a coach load of pensioners coming for a Archers themed visit and not worrying about the personal space of patiently waiting diners.
London Pride in fair condition.
|The Old Bull, Inkberrow|