To avoid retracing the steps we took the previous week I walked in a north-easterly direction along a track which runs parallel to the South Downs Way, albeit lower down on the back slope of the downs. It added maybe another 30 mins on to my journey but its really pretty over there, lots of little hidden quarries and paths. I got back up on to the SDW near the youth hostel where I anticipated finding my second cache of the day but my confidence disappeared fairly sharpish as back-packers started to appear from every corner. Like spiders running from under an overtruned rock they were. So I left it and took the next available right turn off the hills, heading south east for a few miles towards that dog-walkers paradise in the hills west of shoreham. A nice hazy evening and I got some interesting shots of the pylons.