Todays walk was along the Swaledale river to Reeth. Hundreds of little stone ringed padlocks with little "yard barns" which used to house cows in winter along with their fodder. It was also a high style per mile day with a style spaced at what seemed to be every 200m.
For the first time we actually walked through a few small villages so were able to have a half and soup at the kings head in Gunnerside.
Finally arrived at Reeth but still had a mile to walk before our lodgings at the Bridge Inn at Grinton. A couple of K's I won't have to walk tomorrow.