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Two Weeks in Provence – Day 11 – One of Mum’s 10 minute walks.

There are some things your children will never let you forget.

A good few years ago we spent a month in New Zealand, having a fantastic time pottering around the islands. 992 more words

France

Directionless wanderings

Generally I’m pretty good at planning things, particularly if I’m planning something on someone else’s behalf or I’m planning something where I have to be somewhere at a particular time. 976 more words

General Musings

The Race for a Bed

Lots of web chatter, from folks walking the Camino right now, is about the difficulty of getting a bed. I’m one of those pilgrims who never wants to make reservations. 154 more words

Camino De Santiago

On Walking: Monday 26th May

I am walking through the margins in the fields below the dryer, where the grass reaches my mid-thigh, and soaks my jeans above my wellies. I’m walking very slowly, suddenly noticing that there’s a world around me, and that it’s changed completely from the last time I looked. 683 more words

On Dog Walking

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Here comes summer......it's the land that has really changed; the earth has warmed up, and you can smell summer on the air. Down in Bra Corner there's a clump of pink campions, flowering as high as my hip, and nettles, growing even higher. The Sor Brook is low and slow; its depths bronzed in the sunlight......

Back to Work

Today i’m back in work after a week off and am feeling good. A little tired as i had a bad nights sleep (heartburn!) last night. 231 more words

Healthy

145/365 - First walk done by lunch

Meeting at 8am for breakfast, our group filled up on St Jean’s finest croissants, orange juice and, most importantly, coffee. Some of our group are not happy campers without coffee – to the extent that three of us paid 4.50 euros for cafe in a can just in case we can’t get our hands on any. 426 more words

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