I left on the long journey to the roundabout at about 6.30 am, it was 2 minutes through the gap in the fence to the garage and Macdonalds compound. The light was getting better all the time and was ok to film and photograph although I got very wet in the long grass. There were lots of different truck operators and it seemed to cover just about everywhere in the east of England. Good to see different things and I stuck it out for quite a while , I must have a good couple of hours of film, I'll certainly go there again. The next target was the roundabout at the junction of the A16/A17 roads which proved to be very busy the only negative was the weather which was clouding over then dark clouds and rain. I waited for ages for it to clear but it didn't but I'd one more junction I hadn't looked at but seemed good on the map and that was near Sleaford and the sun came out so I ended up with a Lincolnshire truck film after all plus a couple in Norfolk so that's two counties added to my total.
On the way back I made good time until I got near Nottingham and Derby and started to hesar about the road chaos. I did eventually get back and am busy catching up, it's another walking day tomorrow from Leek to Ilam all in Derbyshire. My heads pretty well spinning at the moment. I've downloaded all the photos, it will take some sorting as there must be over a thousand. I'll start with the beginning of the trip in Essex which found me in Chelmsford on Tuesday morning in the rush hour.