.......to Kirk Yetholm 26.3 kilometres.
So. As we had an overnight rest stop we had to retrace our steps for 4 kilometres
and vertical 330 metres so we could continue on the Pennine Way. Phew.
And now reviewing my photos it seems I mostly took photos of the "finger posts" .
I wonder why?
It is always nice to know you are headed in the right direction.
But now we are here!
So if you have been following along give yourself a bit pat on the back
we have walked 465 kilometres (at least)
come rain, wind or shine
on slab paths and knee deep sucking mud
up and down over 13,000 metres.