|avocets and a few black tailed godwits|
|black headed gulls, black tailed godwits, sandwich terns et al|
Along the shingle was tough with grey wagtail and another stonechat being noted around Kelling. The climb into Sheringham deserved refreshment, so off to the splendid Lobster pub for a pint of Wherry before the climb up to Beeston bump. From here, through the woods behind East and West Runton and down into Cromer, finishing with another pint at the pier. Job done and all credit to Wendy for her amazing efforts with such sore feet. Another 6 hours of walking must have been most uncomfortable. However, we raised over £700.00 for a local charity, kisses4kids and it is not too late to make a kind donation: www.justgiving.com/jonathan-wendy
|6 spot burnet moth|
bearded tit, greenshank, bar tailed godwit, spotted redshank, ruff, grey wagtail, buzzard, gannet, rook and great spotted woodpecker.
Final total, 77 species of bird.
Total butterfly list:
common blue, small white, green veined white, large white, small tortoiseshell,dark green fritillary, painted lady, red admiral, peacock, small heath, small skipper, large skipper, meadow brown, speckled wood, white admiral, ringlet. A most pleasing 16 species.
Others: common toad, common frog, broad bodied chaser dragonfly, rabbit, moles, 6 spot burnet moth, various grass micro moths, few wave species (small fan foot wave, dwarf cream wave,) cinnabar moth.
|Just 44 miles to go|
|hard wandering; sand dunes|
|Day 2, just another 10 hours of walking.|
|More sand and heat.|
|5 miles of shingle|
|The end: Cromer pier|