2015-12-04 52 1
In a field, west of the A140 and south west of Thwaite, Suffolk, UK.
Expedition two of two spanning midnight - 2015-12-03 52 1 - 2015-12-04 52 1 - ETA 00:00.
There is a public footpath followed by a farm track leading close to the point.
The weather front with strong winds and rain were the main features of this expedition. It was brolly-max weather. Any more wind would destroy the umbrella. The weather was so horrible, I was quite confident that I would not meet anyone on the route so I followed field margins quite close to the farm house. The last short leg into the winter wheat followed tractor tracks. The rain had been increasing steadily and it was impossible to use the phone to take a proof photo. I got a screen shot and track log evidence instead. I delayed until midnight to ensure it was not a pre-retrohash, forgot to re-take the screen shot and finally departed for home. On the return walk, the weather front passed and the wind dropped a little but the rain increased greatly. Oddly, the harder it rained, the happier I got. I had a gore-tex cagoule and the umbrella was keeping the worst off. Wet feet don't bother me and soggy trouser legs dry really fast. At 10 C, the temperature was not a problem.
I added a section of footpath and some farm tracks to Open Street Map.
| Sourcerer earned the Midnight Geohash achievement
|Sourcerer earned the OpenStreetMap achievement|
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