THURSDAY 17th MARCH 2022.
At the base of the reservoir I spotted this Fallow Deer staring right at us.
The trail is to the right of the reservoir, between a fence and a wall and gradually gets narrower as you leave the reservoir behind and access open country. At the point where the track splits into two take the upper path. The lower path to the left of the fence goes down towards the river and if you take this by mistake will mean retracing your steps.
Carrying on in a northerly direction from the os trig point and in approx 450 metres will will come to a wind shelter built into the wall. A word carved into the stone work reads Kpacota. It means beauty and music in Russian. I have no idea why it is here.
The not so rare David Brown 885. 2wd. Built 1971-1980. 2,7L 3 cal engine. 47hp.