Another Morning off Work
A weekday morning and yet another day where I took the morning off to fill in a spot on The Matrix. This time, I headed for the village of Pavenham, to the north of Bedford. It’s home to a series called the Pavenham Plod.
The village is home to a cute-looking (i.e. quick) series of about 18 caches, with a few others nearby that would help make it up to my “doing the matrix morning” target of 20 caches or more. I’d been doing quite well at that. 20 seemed a reasonable target for a half-day effort.
This proved to be a very brisk walk with no particular problems. I started walking an anti-clockwise loop which initially took me eastwards and then through and around a golf course. The rest of the caches formed a shape rather like an arrowhead that’s pointing back homewards. Homewards for me, anyway. If you live anywhere else, it probably doesn’t point towards your home.
After finishing up in Pavenham I had enough time left to grab a few others by the roadside, so I didn’t follow the proverbial arrow directly. I drove to the church micro at Oakley. And after that I had time for three from the “Within a Country Mile” series. The weather was good, if rather cold, and it was a very pleasant morning out. In total I’d made a very creditable 22 finds. And I still got home in time for lunch and to get some work done in the afternoon.
The caches I found around the Pavenham Plod were: