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Week 49

Wednesday 9th December 2015 – 49/52 – St. Peter Port to Icart Point

I caught the bus in St Martin’s with Anne S as we headed for the town terminus and the beginning of the 13th circumnavigation of the island. 760 more words


Week 48

Wednesday December 2nd 2015 – 48/52 – Pembroke to St. Peter Port

I really never thought I would actually reach this stage, the last leg of the completion of 12 circuits around the Island in 2015, and the thought that there are only 4 more legs to complete my Autism365 challenge for Autism Guernsey – but here I am! 660 more words


Week 47

Wednesday 25th November 2015 – 47/52 – Pleinmont to Pembroke Bay

Arriving at Pleinmont this morning my mind immediately went back to the previous Wednesday and how difficult the wind had been on Pleinmont Point. 599 more words


Week 46

Wednesday 18th November 2015 – 46.52 – Icart Point to Pleinmont

It was a very dull start for our tough walk today, but although there were dark clouds above there was no rain and none forecast: the strong wind would probably be our biggest handicap today. 682 more words


Week 45

Wednesday 11th November 2015 – 45/52 – St. Peter Port to Icart.

Making my way from the bus terminus in St Peter Port to the start of the walk at the Aquarium steps this morning, I took the opportunity to observe the tremendous work the La Vallette Challenge team (all volunteers) have done in transforming this area and returning it as far as possible to how it originally looked, many years ago. 759 more words


PurpleStride Walk Raises Funds For Pancreatic Cancer Research

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — CBS11’s Ginger Allen emceed the PurpleStride DFW charity walk Sunday morning.

The DFW event, which raised funds and awareness for pancreatic cancer research, is one of 50 PurpleStride events that happen around the country through the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. 71 more words


Week 44

Wednesday 3rd November 2015 – 44/52 – Pembroke Bay to St. Peter Port.

The weather was rather dark and dismal as I arrived at Pembroke Bay, although there was very little wind, which is unusual in this area. 722 more words