A short summary of the past 53 miles... Day 1: Milngaive to Drymen, 16km. Highlights were just to get started and first experience of wild camping. Day 2: Drymen to Rowerdennen, 26km. Highlights were Conic Hill and meeting Loch Lomond. We also met some people on the Way. These included a lady and her dog, … Continue reading Half way on the Way
Month: March 2016
Waking up on the Way
It is only a few days in to our trip, but I already feel more myself than I have felt in months. The daily routine is still changing; when we camp, I wake up around 5:30, cold and half num, starting the stove for porridge and hot chocolate and pack up for a day of … Continue reading Waking up on the Way
We arrived in Glasgow by train a week ago now. We then left Glasgow, and the comfort of my Aunt and Uncles home, last Tuesday to walk the West Highland Way. Before we had even begun the trip it felt it was getting the better of us. On arrival into Glasgow we found out Max's … Continue reading Leaving Glasgow
Hoka Highland Fling Training Camp – Kit Review!
We have arrived in Tyndrum (as has the rain) in time for a training camp for the upcoming race. However, Max has tendinitis and we are both pretty much in no state to run 33 miles back the way we just spent the last two days walking. So instead we are having a rest day, … Continue reading Hoka Highland Fling Training Camp – Kit Review!
Packing for the Way!
Max submitted his PhD thesis, we signed a contract to rent back in Cambridge again and we have finished work! Today is the day before we head up to my Aunt and Uncle's house in Glasgow, so I am attempting to pack for our roughly planned 4 week trip walking around the Scottish Highlands. We … Continue reading Packing for the Way!
Max and I moved out of Cambridge for a couple of months this winter to save money while Max was in between PhD and Post Doc jobs. Some awesome friends via the Cambridge Tri Club took us in, meaning we were now a good distance from our offices. It made perfect sense then to get … Continue reading Run Commute
The Hare and Hounds Boundary Run is a marathon skirting the edges of Cambridge city marked out with flour arrows along the way. It was my second marathon, but this time I was not competing, I was training. The point was to run in a race atmosphere, but keep my head - run my run, and … Continue reading Boundary Run