With our luggage packed and waiting to be picked up , it was with heavy hearts that we left the Barn House.
Not so pleasant was crossing the newly sprayed field!
Tina and Paul seem to be getting to grips with the navigation now.
Just one last 'selfie'
The views were now dominated by the Pennine chain.
Underneath the railway line
A last meal and drink together. I was sorry to be saying goodbye as we had all become close friends in such a short time. Enjoying many laughs along the way, we would not be forgetting this trip in a hurry.
In the morning we had our last group photo. You may notice that another member had joined the group today. Jane, a friend of Tina's, was taking my place on the walk.
I must say the three remaining members of the group don't look as though they are totally sure of where they are going.
We walked with them to the edge of the village just to make sure they started on the right path. This was where we said our goodbyes or so we thought! Thirty minutes later we were looking for them in the next village to return Paul's cheque book and papers which he had left at the B and B. We also needed to then go back to the B and B to give Steve's room key back that he still had in his pocket.
Throughout this walk Paul has been raising money for a small charity:
Little Hearts Matter is a national charity offering support and information to anyone affected by the devastating diagnosis of a single ventricle heart condition, children born with half a working heart. It works to raise awareness of the needs of these children and their families.
So far he has raised £3,700 . Well done Paul