It was grey and miserable but 15 Polyramblers turned up for this walk in the Hertfordshire countryside. We started the walk through woodland and stopped to see the Welwyn tunnels but no train came out. The sun tried to come out but was not successful.  We continued around Digswell through arable fields then went uphill, crossing Dawley Wood before arriving at the Plume of Feathers pub in Tewin just after it opened. The menu was varied and very good value. Suitably fed, we continued along fields to Burnham Green. It has a trig point on the green to mark one of the Hertfordshire summits (125m). The walk took us through Harmergreen Wood and along a valley to Harmer Green and Welwyn North station. We had just missed the hourly train back to London, so we headed to the nearest pub to wait for the next one in comfort.  We sat by the fire and some of us sampled the flavoured gins on offer.