|Leaving Greencarts Farm|
|Latrines in the baths with flowing water system from the nearby River North Tyne|
|Oystercatcher in the ruins at Chesters Fort|
From there, we took the AD122 bus to Hexham, poked around there a bit, and then took the train to Wylam, where we would walk to our B&B, Houghton North Farm in Heddon-on-the-Wall. Near Wylam, we passed George Stephenson's Cottage on the footpath, which is critically important and notable to English history and Industrial Revolution history because George Stephenson invented the steam engine. The path from Wylam to Heddon, and the shortcut we took, was a bit disorienting.
That night, we ordered in delivery carryout, and had so many french fries left over I traded them with some Aussies for a beer - and it was really cool to talk to them. They'd been camping along the way as we'd been B&Bing.