I've just finished going through the photo's taken on my walks completing the "Wainwrights" with the final walk being an absolute belter which brought back some great memories so with the current situation I thought I'd share them...enjoy. Starting from Gatesgarth going up Fleetwith Edge to Fleetwith Pike then on to Black Star before dropping down to join the tramway at the drum house. It was then a straight line to Dubbs quarry and onto the ridge going past Innominate Tarn before stopping for lunch on Haystacks. It was then on to Seat before the climb up Gamlin End (now that one is steep) to reach High Crag and then a nice easy mile to High Stile to complete the 214. Upon reaching High Stile it was then a matter of finding which of the cairns was the highest point. I do use a GPS which made life easier but its weird how that, when there is a choice, the other cairn always looks higher than the cairn you are stood at. Anyway, pictures taken, it was then onto Red Pike (previously visited but I like to "join up" my walks) and down to Buttermere and back to Gatesgarth via Peggy's Bridge to complete a walk of 12.09 miles taking 8 1/4 hours with a total ascent of 4344ft (sorry but I'm still in old money) with the whole 214 taking one month short of seven years. I'm 114 into my second round but I'm older now and not in so much of a rush.