We’ve had a rough few weeks weather-wise in the UK, but with the bank holiday weekend starting 5th May approaching we kept our fingers crossed for good weather. We didn’t mind a bit of rain, or a few showers, but we just hoped that we wouldn’t have another experience like that when we were in Melton Mowbray when we could barely even do drive-by’s!
On the Saturday we headed to Cambridgeshire to do a couple of new Poshrule series: King’s Cliffe and Apethorpe Agadoo. We were so pleased that we went out despite the fears of rain as both were great series, each with some lovely features. We started with King’s Cliffe, a series of 30 caches over 8 miles with 3 extras along the way as well. To get to the first King’s Cliffe cache we had to pass by an old watermill. There was a very loud gushing sound of water which we could hear as we walked by. There was a gap in the wall where we could peek through and see the mill in action. It was very dark inside!
We crossed over the stream and were able to get a good view of the mill. The stream was very high, nearly at the top of the bank from all of the recent rain.