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.
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.
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”
Where did April go?! Here we are in this late-spring, pre-summer period of transition and the temperature seems to fluctuate on a weekly basis. I’m still getting the miles in, of course.