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Week 34 - Lone Ranger!

Wednesday 26th August 2015 – 34/52 – Icart Point to Pleinmont

Arriving back late from Gatwick last night, I woke up this morning knowing that this leg of the walks today would probably be the most difficult I would endure this year. 1,062 more words


Week 33 - Walking, cricket and football!

Wednesday 19th. August 2015 – 33/52 – St. Peter Port to Icart Point

I really did not know how I was going to get on with this leg today with my left arm in a sling due to my broken collar-bone (I am left-handed), and the wet and damp weather prevailing, but what I did know was that my walking buddy, Clive S, was going to be there, which was immensely re-assuring under the circumstances. 581 more words


Hundreds brave stormy weather for Susan G. Komen Twin Cities 3-Day

2015 Twin Cities 3-Day Wrap-Up http://t.co/NakWwkIbvS pic.twitter.com/QRjomyzBo1

— Susan G. Komen 3-Day (@The3Day) August 24, 2015

They showed up by the hundreds over the weekend, in defiance of the summer storms that poured on the Twin Cities.

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Wounded Soldier!

My apologies to readers of the blog who may well be wondering what happened last Wednesday 12th August for my weekly walk. Unfortunately, due to falling and breaking my collarbone whilst watching cricket in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, I was unable to do the leg. 59 more words


Our NAMIWalk Team Logo

This is our NAMIWalk team logo. I designed with the help of the font candy and LogoScopic Studio apps. If you’d like more information on our team click on the link below:

Cerebral Resilience

Mental Health

Support my team, Team Cerebral Resilience

On Saturday, October 10th I will be taking part in Orange County’s NAMIWalk to raise awareness in mental health. This is not the first charity walk I’ve done, but this is the first I have done for NAMI. 468 more words

Mental Health

Wednesday 5th August 2015 – 31/52 – Pleinmont to Pembroke

I was really looking forward to this leg as I was to have my grandson, George (6), with me as well as my son Andy, who as many will know is the Chief Operating Officer and founder of Autism Guernsey, the charity for which I am raising money throughout 2015. 974 more words