A very short day for us today. We are only walking the six miles to Sedbergh and will have an afternoon of leisure to look around the small market town.
The group photo this morning was one of the funniest on the walk. Paul and myself use the timers on our cameras and find some appropriate place to leave them, then rush back to get into the photo. This morning we both seemed to have a problem with the timers and we were dashing back to the group only to find neither timer was working. Cyclists stopped, drivers stopped, passers by stopped and offered to take the photo but we were determined to do it with the self timers and this was the result. What you can't see are the number of spectators we had watching this farce.
An interesting group of an alpaca and two lambs. No sign of their mother.
Whose stick came under the bridge first?
The track then led us through the delightful village of Millthrope.
The town is probably more well known for its independent boarding school founded in 1525.