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... undertaking a great challenge this summer. As I write, she is flying out to Swaziland as part of a team from her school. As a team they are building a soup kitchen for an orphanage. It's a great project, one that Lucy has been determined to take part in and has been actively involved on fundraising for. So Rob and I came down to cheer her on ...
... up in Haltwhistle) so, after a quick lunch, we bade Peter goodbye, hopeful that we will together again in the next week or two. We started walking west along the wall. Those of you who have done it before, will know that this walk is deceptive. You anticipate that being a wall, it will be a level walk. In fact, this section of the wall, Housesteads to Greenhead is the complete opposite with dramatic, steep ups and downs. So after a couple of miles, our knees and slabs of meat that ...
... appetites further and we are already thinking about our next adventure to Scotland. Edinburgh and the North of England have been very interesting and provided the cultural and historical elements to our trip. All that remains now is to thank you all for reading and commenting on our blogs and to Len for providing the taxi service between Taunton and Bristol and of course a very large pile of washing! Until the next adventure... ...
Another lovely day for walking, though sadly today the route and scenery were less spectacular than the weather. The start of the day was promising with a two mile walk out if Byrness alongside a "babbling brook". Very pretty with the added bonus of us seeing three Dippers together, feeding in the stream. However after that we turned into Kielder Forest and the next six miles were a LJGT ...
... the final drag down the coast road to Tynemouth to take in the Priory and the statue to local naval hero, Collingwood. And so, with a few clicks of the camera this trip around Scotland and Northern England was pretty much done. All that remained was to have dinner - tonight we chose salmon and champagne (the only way to end a trip like this). So, on this "quiet day" we managed to fit in three castles, a stately home, a priory, and a statue. Not bad, if I do say so myself. Until next ...
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