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The Shaffer 's Great ENGLAND Adventure
June 17 - July 2, 2006

The purpose of our trip was to walk across the Hadrian's Wall Path. It runs 84 miles across Northern England, from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne in the east to Bowness-On-Solway to the west. The wall was built in 122AD by the Roman Emperor Hadrian to control the furtherest extent of the Roman Empire in Britain. We booked the walking trip through a travel company who set up all the B&Bs along the way. They even had our luggage transported each day, so we only had to carry a day pack. We walked for eight days, with a rest day in the middle. The average mileage was over ten miles a day, but three days saw us doing about 14 miles. A couple days were shorter, which was nice.