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Perth - Birnam Forest - day 52

Prior to leaving Perth I visited the British Red Cross HQ in the hope of getting a flag/badge/frisbee/tattoo – basically anything that I could strap to myself as a way of raising more interest and money. 176 more words

Sunday School And Sunday Roast, Sunday Papers, Sunday Post*

So Sunday is here once more folks. This week has been a busy one. I have enjoyed going to the gym, I have enjoyed walking the dog and I have enjoyed my blogging. 740 more words

Diet

Manningtree to Bures along the Stour valley path (20miles)

This is part of my training for a charity walk in August. It’s a beautiful walk, perhaps not for the fainthearted but doable with plenty of snack breaks, especially on a long summer’s day. 1,327 more words

Charity Walk

The beginning of a great adventure

Regular reader(s) of this blog will know that I am walking the Thames Path in aid of the Thames21 charity…you can find out my reasons in my earlier blog,  197 more words

Non-Finance Fun

Day 75-76

Ben is up to 192 miles and Hayley is at 130 miles now. Tonight we both went to St Cyrus beach and did 3 miles we befriended a Cinnaber moth, watched dogs larking about in the sea, investigated rock pools, walked down the beach and back via the back of the dunes. 125 more words

Fundraising

Day 74-Sunshine finally!

Another 6.33 miles walked today from the house, through Kinaber and along the river North Esk to the beach, and back through Kinaber Woods to the airfield.   28 more words

Fundraising

Bill Murray Joins Poets House's Annual Walk Across The Brooklyn Bridge

In the seminal 1991 comedic film What About Bob?, Bill Murray’s titular character is speaking to the residents of a mental hospital when he quips, “It reminds me of my favorite poem, which is, ‘Roses are red, violets are blue, I’m a schizophrenic… and so am I!’” 537 more words

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