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Special Days...

Days can be special for many reasons; birthdays, anniversaries, and so on, but today was a good one for me because I got to combine two things I really love doing. 157 more words

To Hornillos del Camino

The meseta.

I didn’t think much of this stretch except “oh great, it will be nice and flat and easy.”

Then in the last few days I started hearing about Pilgrims who were just simply hopping on a bus to skip the next five days of walking. 626 more words


Smug face!

I have had a go at reaching 14,500 steps. Just to see how it felt. And it feels pretty good!

The kids has flushed out every last but of my cash with new boots and essential clothes (because not only so they grow like weeds they are also really hard on their clothes and leave them in rags out being boys) but I made them walk for it. 16 more words


London parakeets

Walking to my local train station this week I heard, against the backdrop of traffic and usual London noises, the most out-of-place sound – a sound which dropped me right into sweltering, verdant tropics I’d never been to. 232 more words


Happy John Muir day!

In every walk with nature one recieves far more than he seeks

Today’s the birthday of John Muir, the Scottish-born naturalist who inspired many people to love wild places as much as he did. 51 more words


Finding yourself in the Scottish Highlands: Glen Doll

The Scottish highlands is one of the most awe-inspiring locations in Europe. Scotland, a small country once overlooked by tourists and travellers, is fast becoming a popular destination for seekers of natural beauty and wild adventures. 739 more words


Pedestrian Pit Stops: Toronto’s Public Washroom Wasteland

How far can you go without going?

As a walker, I know the drill: use the bathroom before going out the door. But sometimes that strategy just isn’t enough. 770 more words

Foot Commute