I pedalled off down Bury Lane, once a road but now a leafy track. I paused only to sample the wild blackberries.
The sky was growing darker and I was glad I'd got my waterproof jacket with me. What sort of idiot messes about taking photos when he's clearly going to get soaked in a few minutes?
The wind got up and blew me on my way. I felt a few spots of rain but thankfully it skirted around and I found what I was looking for.
OK, it's not that impressive to look at, I know. But that low mound is a prehistoric burial chamber. It's probably Bronze Age which means it dates from around 2000 BC. Yes, that means it's been here for 4,000 years. The view must have been a lot different in those days but they would certainly have been able to see for a long way from up here.
As I turned to go a rainbow appeared among the departing dark clouds.