Just a short hop skip and a jump to Prestatyn today.
Started off with a late breakfast as they had plenty of time to walk 8 miles to a village called Rhuallt and meet up with Lisa the founder of greyhound Gap. Lisa and a few other brave gappers then walked the final 8.5 miles with the boys.
First glimpse of the Irish sea today
Ned mad as a hatter socks hanging off his ears!Unlike Marc and Steve this is Neds first long distance walk, he described himself as "the weakest" link, well far from being the weakest Link Ned has been a star, ill equipped (his choice) brilliant and improvising and not once did he complain bearing in mind he is a RETIRED police officer. Ned has been a fantastic addition to this years walking the beat team.
Steve who has walked every step of the 3 coast to coasts with Marc
Steve has been with Marc every step of the way since they came up with this madcap idea of walking the four coast to coast routes that make up Great Britain. Steve has as always provided Marc with continued support and boy has that been needed this year.
two miles to go
and they're finished the official monument to mark the end of Offa's Dyke 180 miles!
a warm welcome from gappers
Lisa walked the last 8.5 miles with them (founder of GG)
and as they left the beach a rainbow maybe all our bridge babies giving them the thumbs up!
Boys travel home tomorrow and poor Steve has to be on duty at 6pm!
Thank you all for sharing this years adventure, and to everyone who donated.
I shall be back later in the week for a round up and other stuff.
sue aka walk coordinator signing off from year 3 of walkingthebeat's coast to coast walks.