Rabbit nirvana?

After our short but successful diversion to Ashwell we were back in the Park on Wednesday.  Lots of fiddly grids to do: four grids or bits of ones in the main Park and a few in the playing fields of St Michael’s School.  Many thanks to the school for allowing us access, and to John Dent, Jim West, Mike Smith, Jon Wimhurst and Jean Bluck for turning out for the day.

As well as being annoying complex partials, the school playing field is also rabbit nirvana.  There were holes everywhere, and not just in the hedgerows.  Once or twice the mag went down a rabbit hole with a clunk causing us all to wince, but thankfully no damage was done.

It took a little while to process the fiddly grid squares, and I have also finally got around to sorting out some of the others.  One or two problems still to resolve but the image is looking good.  Below is the overall plan and the zoomed in view of the northern section.

The survey after day 16.

The survey after day 16.

The northern area of the survey including the part of the forum.

The northern area of the survey including the part of the forum.

The next survey days will be the weekend of the 31st/1st.  Watch out for an email for details.

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