As I’ve mentioned before, this will be my final entry in to a long-running series of #walk1000miles records. I think I’ve partaken in the challenge for four years now and I know that I’ve completed it twice, while this will be the second year where I’ve missed out by less than half a Century.
From the end of January 2020, I’ll merely be recording and reflecting upon my mileage with no relation to the challenge.
Continue reading “#walk1000miles – December 2019”
Another month in which I’d anticipated a lower-than-average tally of miles; mere weeks away from the birth of 2020. Let’s see how I did…
Continue reading “#walk1000miles – November 2019”
I witnessed the dawn of November 2019 and vividly remember telling myself that I could write my review of the previous month’s walking within a matter of days… A fortnight has passed since! We’re halfway through another month that I’m keeping track off and it’s beyond time for me to catch up.
Continue reading “#walk1000miles: October 2019”
It feels like only last week that I was writing about August, with thoughts of the summer waving goodbye for another year. October has arrived very suddenly. I’ve had quite a busy month, as you’ll see below.
Continue reading “#walk1000miles – September 2019”
With the arrival of September, our thoughts often turn to that of autumn, a chill in the air and the final passing of a summer that probably wasn’t as wet or miserable as we might choose to remember.
Two-thirds of the year complete. Let’s take a look at August.
Continue reading “#walk1000miles – August 2019”
Just over the halfway point in August(!), I felt it would be an appropriate time to update you on the month that was July 2019.
Continue reading “#walk1000miles – July 2019”
Having completed the one-hundred mile South Downs Way National Trail before the end of the month, May was always going to be a high-scorer. It may even be a personal record-breaker.
With ideas about walking another long-distance path before 2019 is over, it seems increasing likely that I’m set to surpass the one-thousand mile mark and for the third consecutive year. Continue reading “#walk1000miles: May 2019”