Tag Archives: long distance path

Kungsleden Photographs

Photographs from the Kungsleden; Sweden’s spectacular Arctic wilderness. Continue reading

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Thames Path – Marlow to Bourne End

A lovely evening provided the perfect opportunity to fill a gap in my walk. Continue reading

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The Thames Path – Marlow to Henley

I found a herd of white deer, some very large pumpkins and mansions galore on this stretch of the Thames. Continue reading

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Researching and writing

I’m working hard on my book at the moment. Even to the extent of inventing my own language! (Dutlish anyone?) Continue reading

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Goalless Walking

My time in the wilderness has taught me that the goal of not having a goal can be the best goal to have. Continue reading

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I’ve returned … what next?

After a summer spent walking in the Arctic wilderness I’ve come home to no job, but lots of ideas. Continue reading

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A long walk in a long country

I’m going to spend very long hours of daylight walking a very long trail in a very long country. Continue reading

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Thames Path – Maidenhead to Bourne End

Today’s walk was cut short by flooding. Continue reading

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Thames Path – Windsor to Maidenhead

A school for Prime Ministers and a school for rowdy girls are passed on this section of the Thames Path. Continue reading

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Thames Path – Staines to Windsor

Who’d have thought walking the Thames Path could be so hard-core? I could’ve done with a snorkel and machete. Continue reading

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