Up early today, the Littlies off with their Dad for a trip to Cambridge, a game of golf and a visit from their Step Mum's parents... us Biggies went for a walk in the country while the washing was drying.
We headed off to Little Gransden for the 'Blondie Series - Rip Her to
Shreds' circular walk - 8 caches, each with a toy creature glued to the
lid that could rip you to shreds (crocodile, shark, lion, etc). After
the heavy rain overnight, today was sunny. There was hardly a cloud in
the sky, but it was busy with twittering skylarks and a continuous
procession of gliders being towed aloft.
We stopped for lunch before the last cache at the Crown and Cushion pub
which to our surprise served Indonesian food ~ I tried the
Opor, a mild and fragrant yellow curry, Big Blue One opted for Chicken
Satay with pickled cucumber and 3 dips including a chilli oil that could
blow your head off with one drop!
We collected the last of the circular caches then had a look at the Gransden Post Mill, the oldest non-working one in England.
All-in-all, we had covered 6 miles.
Back home for a quick cup of tea, then off to collect The Littlies and then to BA and B's for the evening.