It’s been a while so a long overdue blog post. It’s been a busy year – trips to Spain, Belgium (3 times!), France, and Iceland, a mix of work and pleasure. Most of 2017 was spent training for my second go at 100km in 3 days along the Western Front. I completed it in early October 2017 with my sister, we had a blog going so people could follow our progress. Between us we managed to raise over £4,100 for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity and we were well chuffed with ourselves.
Half-term and we fancied a long weekend away. I don’t know why we picked Antwerp, but that was the destination. We like Belgium (apart from Brussels) but we’ve done Bruges to death, and after my recent Frontline Walk I fancied a break from Ypres (our usual destination), so Antwerp or Ghent seemed the logical choice. Continue reading Antwerp
I’ve signed up for the Frontline Walk in aid of the Soldiers Charity. It’s a gruelling 100km trek across France and Belgium over 3 days (which will probably be wet and cold) in October 2015. It starts at the Lochnagar Crater and ends at the Menin Gate. Continue reading Felt like I needed a challenge, so in with both feet!