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... Ingleby Cross. This we managed to do in only 8hrs 30min due to it being almost dead flat across the broad valley of the River Swale. Luckily there has been little rain so the paths were dry through paddocks of dairy cattle and sheep, then Lucerne and barley. We did not see one other walker going our way the entire day, though there were a few supposed to be doing the long trek. Most others split it into two days, though it would be pretty boring. However, we were very ...
... the British people came in droves to St Paul's. So many came that they held an impromptu prayer service that kept going for hours. People lined up outside and prayed at the steps. St Paul's is where the people went for comfort. They still have a memorial area for the victims of 9/11 down on the ground floor. I forget how the world, not just the U.S., was impacted by the events of that day.
As you go up into the inner dome ...
... Potter. It was rainy and foggy, but it was still so beautiful and looked mysterious. The tour guide played Scottish bagpipe music (Sarah's favorite!) and gave us commentary about everything we saw. We saw Highland cows, mountainside springs, and mountains for miles. We stopped a few times so we could get out and see more than we could behind the window glass. The colors of the mountains and plants really stood out even on such a ...
... undercurrent of class in everything that happens, from first class train carriages to second class letter boxes. I could put those down to historical accident, but it's more than that. It's very loud conversations held in upper-class accents, with the impression created that my conversation is so much more important than yours that you should just shut up and listen to it. And be grateful to breathe the same air as me.
... two houses, although the wreckage was scattered as far afield as Newcastle.
We continue our route to Langholm which affords brilliant views of the countryside. I ignore Ian's cursing about the road being full of pot holes. Here we stop at the riverside, a tributary to the Solway Firth. This is apparently the place to feed the ducks and ducklings. In the field opposite where sheep are grazing with their lambs lies the site of a castle which ...