Just out of the small town of Sandy and up on to "Caesar's Camp",
a hill with evidence of a Roman Fort for those with time to look.
There are definitely some humps and bumps on it!
Even a bit of road walking can be attractive on a day like today.
Down a farm track called Hasell Hedge,
but it's actually the course of a Roman road too.
A working farm - Waterloo Farm, you can probably guess its era.
A field path leads up onto the ridge - such as it is.
Views opening up behind despite the modest elevation.
The church at Everton is made of locally-quarried greensand.
Some of the stone shows a slight greenish hue.
On past an estate farm.
Long-time Stargoosers might recognise a dovecot in the corner of the yard.
Through parkland with magnificent trees.
And a fine old hall overlooking its grounds.
The ridge walk ends near the village of Gamlingay.
I walked back by a different route.
A different route but equally lovely Autumn scenery.