Geocaches - 17
Walk Inspiration - Stage 31 of the Millennium Way
Pub - Kings Head Cubbington, Doombar
2015 has been the best year for caching, so its rather fitting that the final walk of the year, the monthly leg on the Millennium Way, is cache laden.
This is one of those walks which is absolutely wonderful but has little to record.
Start off in Cubbington, at the twin architectural items that every village needs - the church and the pub - sitting classically cheek by jowl.
|St Mary's - Cubbington|
|Going to come in Handy Later|
A suburban start to the walk, finding the Shakespeare's Way LDP, incongruously at this point, just an alley between houses.
Soon out into the fields, working my way through Glebe Farm. The caches start at the Newbold Comyn Golf Course. Cache 1 of the day a victim to Storm Frank and lying despondently on the floor.
The golf course turns into the vast expanse of Offchurch Bury Park. Some fine trees and a steady trickle of caches more or less all the way back to the start.
|Offchurch Bury Park|
|Bye Bye Bucket TB|
Sometimes you don't need words and you can let the picture do the talking.
|It's waiting for you to discover it|
The Kings Head is an old school boozer. Pretty busy, but it is New Years Eve - even if the bells aren't chiming for another 11 hours. Four real ales on. I make a mistake and shun the local brew for an omnipresent Doom Bar.
I feel a new year's resolution coming on. Try more local brews when out walking.
|Served in a Liar's Cup|
The bar has been set very high for 2016.
Happy New Year.