From Sonzebon we set off along the railway, past a house with a Scottish Saltire flag, and along a pleasant stream.
Soon, however, we came across a motorway crossing, where we had to press a button to raise a barrier to get past.
Then came some pleasant countryside, suddenly discovering dinosaur tracks by a crumbling cliff!
After finding our way to the other side of the motorway, we encountered woods and a village, before yet again
having to get round the motorway, and walk through a cement factory!
Following the stream to Frinvillier, we discovered a complicated irrigation system, as well as an ice cream stop.
Unfortunately the Taubenloch gorge was closed, and so we had to take a detour up and round a wooded hillside,
and then taking an old road, where we got a bus down to the old town of Biel/Bienne.
There we wandered around the old town and admired the reformed church,
complete with a stamp for pilgrims.