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09/06/14 More of the same really

As I waved Ella off this morning I was mindful of the dark clouds approaching. The BBC weather website had promised rain coming down in stair rods… A bit of doubt – but hey, I’m well prepared… But what happens … Continue reading

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08/06/14 Walk a Mile is back…again

A few months ago, as has happened many times before, walkamile UK ground to a halt. Today I returned to that very point where it happened – a bench in a small park next to the Menai Straits. I remember … Continue reading

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07/06/14 What are we gonna do now? What are we…

June the 7th, 2014, walk a mile hits the road again just outside Caernarfon. But what does that mean? On a personal level it means a bald middle aged ex social worker with a mental health problem, carrying more weight … Continue reading

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