Nearly home now.
Not much left to report but, as mentioned earlier, it can be quite easy to lose the path and/or fail to locate it, so here are a few more visual clues as the Reporting Team yomp over the last crest and greet beloved St. Ives.
You DID remember to bring a map, didn't you?
Although, you are in no danger of dying in the wilderness you will find it a damn sight easier to work out where your next staging point should be if you've got a map that shows the course of the path(s). (I know the OS map does).
Perversely, the last (or first) bit of the field path is one of the hardest to successfully locate and navigate.
Got all that?
Right, whose round is it then?
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