Yes it's finally arrived - the e-book, One Coast To Another, has finally hit the e-shelves!
Posts about "walking"
To say our trip was a disaster, is probably an understatement...
Just after Christmas Catherine and myself began to think about our various holiday plans for the next year. The result somehow ended up being a plan that would essentially see me try to complete four long distance paths over the course of 2010.
With not long to go before a trip there, you can imagine my surprise and panic upon finding the terse message that 'This location has now closed' on the page for a YHA hostel in Greenhead we were booked in at.
Our final day in Ireland and we chose to walk the lovely coastline between Greystones and Bray, just outside Dublin.
There's something about a good pair of hiking boots. As you stomp over hill and dale, a good pair will propel you forward and make even the hardest climb feel pretty good on the old feet. They'll feel part of you.
It was our second stint on the Pennine Way, having done a day and a half on it back at the end of March, doing Gargrave to Horton-in-Ribblesdale, whilst also doing some walking around Malham on day one, and a circular walk around Horton on day three.
The final day of walking was upon us as we saw streams, hills and a popular lake.
After a days rest, it was back to the hills again, enjoying the slightly spooky empty hamlet, a big climb, a lovely lake and a long descent.
With dodgy knees to relax, it was time for a nice, simple, but very beautiful walk along the river. Plus, of course, a quick look at the fantastic Mount Viso.