This market town in the middle of East Yorkshire is place who's name is often mispronounced, it should be "weeton" not "wayton". Since the bypass was built I've rarely been into the town, though I've driven past it hundreds of times. The bypass has cut a couple of small roads in half. Housing estates have sprung up around these roads filling towards the bypass. We mapped about a third of the town, with a couple of schools which were easy to estimate because of the surrounding roads. There is a fairly new Tesco which I can't remember what was there before. It has not been a very inspiring place so far, but I think the best bit may yet be to come. The Hudson way ends in the town, so the existing trace from the OoC map needs tidying up.
One thing I spotted again today was the quality of the GPS signal was once again superb. Today we saw the accuracy as 7 feet for a few minutes. My Garmin eTrek was showing the symbol for WAAS - the D above the satellite bars, though it is EGNOS (European Geostationary Navigation Overlap Service) . I've seen this a few times recently, though usually only for a few minutes at a time. I think the service is due to be fully available this year so better accuracy in Europe for GPS looks promising. Spring seems to be here too.