No tough guy and no expert, just an ordinary oldie who likes the outdoors.
Perversely, considering I hate heights and the cold, I’m fond of blundering up hills. Intermittently I leave unhilly Norfolk on unambitious adventures. Nothing extreme or life-threatening. A slight emphasis on food.
I’ve published a short book of my Pennine Way photos, poems and reminiscences on Amazon, please click on this link to have a look, thank you.
Among other things, my blog documents three of my four completions of the Pennine Way, England’s oldest and best National Trail, and my adventures on the Scottish National Trail and the Hebridean Way. I’m grateful for any comments; thanks for your visit and best wishes, Andrew.
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