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- Everywhere, United Kingdom
- I'm raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support by traveling the UK, living by simple rules; *No Money handled or used at any time *No Trading for sponsorship. I have a tent that will mostly be living out of, as well as some other more basic equipment that will help me along the way. I will mostly be walking from place to place seeing the landscapes of Britain and with a bit of luck meet lots more wonderful people like the peeps of Norwich and King's Lynn where I have been so far. I am making good progress up the East side of the UK, and hope to reach Edinburgh in time for the festival in August. I am always interested in suggestions and challenges you may have for places for me to see do or find across the country. People interested in keeping updated with my progress or just having a chat can do so through Twitter @mheefree Please donate through http://www.justgiving.com/me-free any donations are always greatly appreciated, as little as a penny will all help people affected by cancer all over.
Friday, 31 December 2010
The first birthday gift that I got this year was two owls that followed back to camp @ around midnight last night. I woke up around 11.30 when my mother phoned me to sing happy birthday, from there I saw Peter and Iva. Iva made an amazing soup. I met up with Rob at his new place round his girlfriends, Kay, we are all enjoying that time between the year ending and the new coming in. Would like to give thanx to all for there birthday wishes. Gaynor, and the rest of the Shaw family for all of there help, Phill, Graham, Liz the landgirl, and anyone else that I may have forgotten. Thanx for a wonder year, lets make the next one even better :) x
Friday, 24 December 2010
Hi, the last week has, as always, been all fun and games. I decided at the beginning of the week that I needed a bench, so after some searching I found my log, this once chopped a few times made a fantastic bench. Through not as easy as I make out, lol, it took a lot of attempts to get it to stay up at the hight that I wanted. So I dedicate this bench to the time spent with my sister and brother-in-law, Hi Jon and Rachel.
In other news I now consider seeing rabbits on my way back to camp of an evening a very good omen, every time that I have seen them so far it has been a good night. I'm now using a new quality tent lining that has made a massive difference to my internal temp, cardboard, thanx Phill. There is not a great deal more news I'm still in Lynn, WILL leave very soon, North, maybe inland a bit for a bit who can tell. can't wait to test the tent under more extreme conditions. I do have more photos but the camera on the phone is not grate at night, see what you think.
Monday, 20 December 2010
First night back in the tent was cold but not unbearable, tent was very much frozen when I got up through.
It has been nice to see everyone back here thanx to Mum, Peter & Iva, Zak, Tom and Grub, for all the food and help they have all given me in my time back here.