Day 34, Horton-in-Ribblesdale to Keld. Now a full day ahead of schedule, we are to use the spare day to add an extra 28 miles to our E2E in order to complete the PW.
Day 35, Keld to Baldersdale. This "whirligig" at Tan Hill is our 1/2 way point on the PW. We are 1 full day and 14 miles ahead of schedule.
Day 36, Baldersdale to Langdon Beck, Poor Kevin had to return to work (ah!), so today's Photo was meant to be of Ian & Jacky, who join us for the 2nd half of the PW. However, I forgot to take their photo so here is a photo of Steph & me crossing the most unusual stile on our E2E route ~ yes it IS 2 stone sheep!
Day 37, Langdon Beck to Dufton. We climbed the Cauldron Snout waterfall in horizontal rain and gale force winds, then squelched over bogs and moor with my boots full of water. Visibility was down to 50 metres at times and we were navigating without a map ~ despite all of that, it was a great day!
Day 27, Millers Dale to Edale. On top of 'Mam Tor' ~ today this was so windy that it was hard to stay on our feet. This wonderful lady is Joyce and she joined us for the day. Her inspirational story will be in the book.