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Andrew Bement: my challenge

September 11, 2015 in Team Blogs

This is the fourth in a series of video blogs from the team, which we are posting occasionally throughout the walk. In this video blog, Andrew Bement talks about the personal challenges he faces and how the Walk is helping him to address those things and adjust to a life much changed. Watch his video...

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Andrew Bement: Day 4

August 25, 2015 in Team Blogs

#Day: 04 Miles: 21.25 Total Mileage: 63.50   Today we walked from Kinloch Rannoch to Pitlochry, it was another beautiful day of hiking, with today being our longest mileage day yet. The weather was beautiful; clear blue skies and sunshine, definite t-shirt weather, with the midges luckily only bothering us a handful...

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Stewart Hill: Day 2

August 23, 2015 in Team Blogs

Start  - Drumnadrochit RNLI Finish – Invermoriston We decided to cut the end off the walk by 7 miles, it was a very lumpy day with lots of hills, which we expected, but we are very aware that whilst we are all raring to go and have lots of energy, it...

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Stewart Hill: How to re-engage

August 20, 2015 in Team Blogs

This is the third in a series of video blogs from the team, which we are posting in the final days of the build-up to the walk and the first few days as we get underway. In this video blog, listen to Stewart Hill talk about his experience in Afghanistan, his injuries and how for...

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Alec Robotham: A battle for us all

August 19, 2015 in Team Blogs

This is the second in a series of video blogs from the team, which we are posting in the final days of the build-up to the walk and the first few days as we get underway. In this video blog, Alec Robotham talks about his his thoughts on the Walk, and how it is relevant to...

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Stewart Hill: The Final Countdown

August 19, 2015 in Team Blogs

Trepidation: “A feeling of fear or nervousness about something that may happen.” Is trepidation the correct word to describe my feelings, knowing the Walk will begin in a couple of days? I am nervous about this undertaking, the realisation of our commitment in a few days. Training has been as expected...

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Scott Ransley: May 15th 2011

August 18, 2015 in Team Blogs

This is the first in a series of video blogs from the team, which we will post in the final days of the build-up to the walk and the first few days as we get underway. In this first video blog, Scott Ransley talks about his injury, how he has coped...

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Things We Leave Behind

August 10, 2015 in Team Blogs

So today is the day that I made it home to settle in and sit down to open two small packages that have come to mean the most to me. After being selected for the walk, not only was I honored, but I knew it would come to mean...

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Training updates…

July 31, 2015 in Team Blogs

Training is going well, progressing along nicely. When I'm not outdoors walking with my service dog, I spend the rest of my time training indoors at my home, utilizing a treadmill-desk (think really tall desk with a treadmill underneath) for my walking, and a weight bench/squat rack for olympic-style...

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An update from the States

July 27, 2015 in Team Blogs

I have been travelling quite a bit the past few weeks. It seems like I have been just about everywhere so far - from driving from Florida to Colorado, and then on to California, from flying to Amsterdam and on to London, followed by Brussels, taking a bus to...

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