Sunday 4 August. A total of 12, including Phil & Marion on holiday from Seville, turned out for today’s 8 mile walk with next to no ascent. On a nice summer’s day we headed for our first refreshment stop at Saxlingham church. From here we made our way, via Sharrington, towards Field Dalling. Some, including me, felt that there had been a little too much road to contend with on this un-reconnoitred walk but worse was to come. We had to fight out way alongside a field of wheat and if that wasn’t bad enough, the next field contained the dreaded oil seed rape. There wasn’t a path to follow and we had to use tractor tracks where the crop had been partially levelled. A few scratches later and we were back on a more acceptable path and stopping for lunch on the village playing field in Field Dalling. A short and more enjoyable bridleway took us back to Langham.