It’s taken me a few days to get around to writing this. Partly because I’ve been very busy most evenings; partly because I am still suffering with
poor broadband upload speeds.
April came and soon passed. We’re suddenly in to May and it’s almost as if summer is moments away.
Shortest month of the year? Shortest month of every year???
I don’t know where it’s suddenly gone but, here with are in April; the season of spring
(apparently) and it’s past-time to review my miles.
Suddenly, it’s March and the south-west of England has ground to a halt, thanks to a severe dusting of snow.
January, I felt was an overly long and grey month. With February, I was beginning to settle in to the new year. But now, it’s already March and I’m screaming for 2018 to slow down!
Officially, I am not looking to #walk1000miles this year, having come so close in 2016 and exceeding the total last year.
But I will be tracking my mileage as the months go on, as I’m interested to see how I may fair in a more ‘normal’ and less challenging year.
If you’ve been following my progress with the
challenge this year, you’ll know that I already completed the challenge (by a single mile) at the end of November. #walk1000miles
For me, the pressure was off during December. I was free to walk as few or as many miles as I would choose; every weekend or not.
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I’ve done it! As of last night, I’ve officially completed my
challenge and with one whole month to spare! #walk1000miles
On the Wales Coast Path, last month.
At the end of October, I had 922.25 miles in the bag. Let’s take a look at how November 2017 went.
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Officially, I imagine we’re still in autumn. However, recent temperatures have suggested that winter isn’t very far away.
Then, there’s Daylight “Savings”… Where we actually
an hour’s light in the evenings all because we live in a country that’s afraid of change (possibly). That alone will have an effect on my monthly miles. lose