Monks Walk Wander

It’s been a while since I posted: apologies. Since I’ve been on holiday I’ve (weirdly) not had time to go Geocaching. I made up for it this week. My first update is on The Monks Walk Wander in Hertfordshire.
After parking in Brickendon we headed off towards the first cache – which we found. We then upset a few partridges as we walked across the fields…

…they flew off in disgust!
The circuit was a mixture of open fields, pathways and secluded woodland which was extremely interesting with various types of trees and numerous types of fungi.

The Walk culminated by the entrance to The Celtic Harmony Camp where ‘The Man’ had his photo taken.

But best of all, as we returned to the car we passed a wild, bright-yellow mirabelle plum tree brimming with fruit.
I collected some and then made a cinnamon and orange zest plum crumble – which was delicious!
We completed the whole circuit, plus a few extras including a puzzle cache with only one DNF which virtually as soon as we got home the C/O left a note sting it had been missing and that he’d replaced it.

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