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Chelsey's Blog

Day Five

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Today has been great the best so far. First of all we did a 7.25 mile hike to get to Birdoswald Fort. This was where we stopped for dinner. Also whilst we were there we had a nosey around the museum and Skip was well generous and paid extra for us to do an activity.

After doing our activity we were given medals for collecting 2 stickers in our passport. The activity we completed was similar to orienteering. We were given an alphabet and had to figure out the name of a warrior, the answer was Beowolf. In the beginning we struggled but soon we got the idea. After this was our time t have a look in the shop, Hathi had my money, so I wasn't able to buy anything. Other people bought fudges, magnets, key rings and much much more. In the afternoon we finished our hike in 3 hours doing 5.875 miles. During the last mile a huge rain cloud surrounded us and left us soaking! But then our chauffeur - a beaver leader - saved us and drove us back to our new camp site 'Rattlingate'. When we arrived we had to find our belongings and wait for our leaders to escort us to oour new room, then we had a look around our home for the next 4 days, now I am just about to get to bed, ready for my new adventure tomorrow. xx

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Jo's Blog

Day Five

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It's day 5 and our feet are killing us. Today we walked just over 13 miles and I feel dead. We went to Birdoswald Fort and we took part in time travellers activities and each won a gld medal. I am so tired I'm going to bed.

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Patrick's Blog

Day Five

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Hello I am a scout at Red Street Scout Group. I am having lots of fun, very tired from walking. Walking ten miles tomorrow. Living is Rattlingate Scout Camp. Have walked over half way of Hadrian's wall. Now have to walk 10 miles a day to make the rest of the walk. Bye.

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Lewis's Blog

Day Six

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Hi Liam I'm sorry that I can't ring you but I cannot remember your number. But anyway the working is blooming hard. Everyday we walk for ages and every day I stand in sheep dung. It gets on my nerves. At least the food is nice.

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Cool Chris' Blog

Day Five

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Hi my name is Chris and I am having a fun time here walking but my feet hurt badly. We have seen lots of Roman forts and mountains. The mountains are really high but we manage.

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