Monthly Archives: October 2014

Digression Part 2

I will go back to writing about my walk but just an update on the foot. Worst case scenario isn’t so bad. In spite of lots of medical professionals telling me that it would take months for the ulcer to … Continue reading

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Digression

I am writing this, bewildered, as I contemplate my new reality. Only a week ago I was completing the final leg of the walk and coming into Dwellingup after 22kms: tired, a little footsore, definitely smelly but already contemplating the … Continue reading

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Challenging part 2

Down the other side and relishing the odd patch of shade. I was taking regular slurps of my water bag by now, which I had placed inside my pack and run the tubing out over my shoulder, to reach my … Continue reading

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Challenging part 1

I’ve just come back from a four day stint on the Bibbulumun Track. I’ve previously written about it here and here here; I am doing what will probably amount to the wooden spoon award for the slowest section walk from … Continue reading

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It’s my wedding anniversary today

I often forget the actual date we got married but he never does. I don’t know why I forget; in my first marriage I always remembered. But maybe that is why. First time around marriage was hard and every new … Continue reading

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I did my first parkrun today

A parkrun (sic) is a timed race for five kilometres in a local park. It is meant to give amateur runners a social group for encouragement and it occurs all over the world. Registration is free and so is participation. … Continue reading

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About health and exercise

I don’t do New Year’s resolutions. I make vague sort of generalisations that I don’t tell anybody about and then I don’t feel bad if I don’t carry them through. Well, I feel bad but not shamed publicly! This year’s … Continue reading

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