2012-06-24 52 1
In a pea field between Rumburgh Street and Stone Street, 7 km south of Bungay, Suffolk, UK.
It was one mile from the car's parking place to the hashpoint on a lane and down an overgrown field edge. This was a public footpath but it looked as though no one had used it this season. There was a lush tall growth of grass and wild geranium, thankfully with few thistles, nettles or brambles. There was wheat growing with fat green ears. The hashpoint was 12 metres into a field of peas grown for fodder. Neil got inside the circle of uncertainty but did not bother to get the reading down to zero as this would have caused undue crop damage. Three photos later it was another mile back to the car and home. There was bright setting sun and a few large rain drops fell.
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