County Durham. It was a long slog up to Tan Hill the highest Inn in England. When we got there it was humming right on the A road; it was a busy spot. Even the sheep didn't want to miss out, joining in the crowds round the picnic tables outside. We decided not to linger after John realised the sign said "Bowes 8 miles" not 3 as he had originally read from a distance. The last part of the walk was becoming tedious and definately more boggy. We didn't need to look at the map, it told us we were in the bog! Trying to keep my new shoes clean was impossible. The only enlivenment was meeting the 'Jogle man' he'd walked from John O'Groats to Lands End three years ago, completing it in 80 days with only 3 rest days and was now doing a shorter walk of only 800 miles and camping all the way! We swapped stories and sponsored each other for our respective charities. The only interesting thing about Bowes was the Roman Fort and it was along drive back to the caravan. Fortunately we just missed the rain and it poured!