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15/11/17 Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon – Press Release with links to order/ preorder the 📚

Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon Chris Young paperback, £11.99, published 28 November 2017 by Trigger Press Walk a Mile: Tales of a Wandering Loon is the story of how one man’s normal, nurturing childhood turned into one … Continue reading

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11/09/14 A question of faith.

Yes…still an atheist…faith, for me, is a funny old thing. When I started the walk all those years ago I had great faith in myself and others that this walk a mile gig would just work. There was no science … Continue reading

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27/07/14 Walk a Mile Is back…The return to Pwllheli

Mad dogs and Englishmen, so they say, go out in the midday sun. I’ll be back in that lovely part of Wales tomorrow having made a somewhat rash decision to walk on the coastal path as opposed to the roads. … 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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08/11/13 There’s a lot of it about.

The scenery in every direction was stunning as I left Conwy. Jess had pointed me in the right direction to ensure I got the full Monty. Words and photographs really can’t do justice to this part of the world, you’re … Continue reading

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07/11/13 Parallel lives

I wandered into the beautiful village of Conwy on the north coast of Wales a couple of hours before tonight’s hosts, Jess and Emma were to return from work. Having no will of my own, I followed the guidance of … Continue reading

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26/10/13 The mysterious case of the teleporting Mormons

‘We’re missionaries with the church of Jesus Christ for the Latter Day Saints,’ enthused the two twenty something American men standing smiling in front if me. My limited mind presented me with Jehovah’s Witnesses. My own experience of this group … Continue reading

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