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I made a Sunday afternoon jaunt with Daughterus Maximus over to a tempting looking (i.e. short and easy looking) new series of caches at Stoke Bruerne. We parked up at the canal museum, which proved to be handy for later. I’d been here earlier in the year (see Open the photo gallery >>), so I sort of knew the form, but this was a completely different circuit.

The series makes more or less of an equilateral triangle (with the point down) to the south and west of the village, spreading just about as far as the adjacent village of Shutlanger.

It was a grey and fairly cold afternoon, but the caches were quite easy to find. The walk was entirely over agricultural land, most of which was pasture, and some of which had sheep, but nothing more serious than that.

We got through them all fairly quickly and then retired to the cafe at the museum in Stoke Bruerne for coffee and cake. Mainly cake.

Well, it keeps us off the streets, I suppose. Well, in this case it did, because we were in the fields.

The caches we found on our afternoon in Stoke Bruerne were: