Mary Jo, Monica, Patrick and Halle from Seattle
Lisa, Bryan, Mike and Stephen on the terrace cafe at Vindolanda
Jim and Anabell from Virgina
Karl and Margaret, Mary and Gary from Seattle
Jacob and Anita from Toronto
Gina, Carter, Rachel and Russ walking the Wall
Elizabeth at the top of the street in Vindolanda
David and Maureen at Milecastle 37
Dana, Sean and Tom post tour at Port of Tyne
Dan, Kari, Dan jr Tom, Jonathan and Robert from Michigan,
Carrie and Lesley outside Durham Cathedral
Bob and Beth from Michigan
Becky, Nathan and Dan caught the tour from a cruise ship in Port of Tyne
The Hale family above the lake at Cawfields
Steve, Danielle and Tammy at Vindolanda
Steve and Suzi from California
Stephen and Carolyn at Vindolanda
Soren, Ceci and Casim from New York
Pauline, Tim and Jake from Toronto
Patricia and Hamilton from California
Mary, Steve and Alex from Arizona and Travis and Mark from Hawaii at Milecastle 42
Tom and Katie at the Temple of Mithras
Mike and Anne
Mary and Don
Mary and Jane Dubitsky
Louise and Howard
Lee and Clint
Jean and Katherine
John and Allison Redgrave
Christophe from Holland
David and Karen on the great stretch of Wall at Walltown Crags
Ray, Elizabeth, Joyce and Emma from Seattle in the dramatic setting of Milecastle 42 at Cawfields
Ernie on the very top of the Wall at Winshiels
Kate and Bert Flather from Colerado Springs with the Wall snaking off behind them over the Whin Sill
Jacqueline (on the left in dark glasses) and a party of friends from Grenoble. How does the Wall compare with the Alps
Lyn and Garret who enjoyed both the Wall and Durham Cathedral
Sibohan and family undaunted by a wet April day
Robert from sunny California on a typical moody Wall day at Walltown Crags.
Richard and Jessie from Orlando in front of one of the last Roman Mileposts in the Empire still standing in its original position.
Four from Texas. Fred, Nancy, Karl and Guy undaunted by a cloudy day. They were actually 7 but two avoided the camera and one went to the pub.
Rhiannon and Gwyn from Swansea at MC 48 – Poltross Burn.
They walked the whole of the central sector from Birdoswald to Chesters baked in the sun and laughed at the rain.
Angel and Dana from Philadelphia at Housesteads
Walltown Crags. Craig walked the whole length of the Wall dressed as a Roman legionary. He raised thousands of Aussie dollars for charity and showed the strength of willpower. Other members of the family came too. Pamela, Troy, Natalie, Bridgett, and Kevin all from Melbourne. True grit.
Denise & Yoni from New York