We began the walk by the River Wharfe again. That's after we had returned to the pub to collect our packed lunches that we had all forgotten.
This stump of a tree made a fine seat for Steve who has organised this beautiful walk for us this year and is desperate to fill our minds with facts from the guide book as we walk along. I would have to say he failed miserably!
Oh here's another one.
Once more the path led us back to the River Wharfe and onto National Trust land.
This tiny bridge took people to and from the small village of Starbotton (there are some great place names in Yorkshire).
The next bridge we came across takes you into the small village of Buckden but our path led us away from the river towards out overnight stop at Hubberholme, just a couple of miles away.
It took me a little while as it was quite dark in the church but then I spotted a couple of them on the pews. There are a number of other mice in the church but I was happy with my find!
It was time to join the others in The George Inn
We enjoyed a delicious meal in the pub which has won awards for its range of home made pies. We were so full only Paul and Steve could manage to share a dessert.