Day 358-363 At Home

Thursday 28 July to Tuesday 2 August 2016

Rest days

At home 

It was nice to be home. The garden had grown a bit! I enjoyed a few days doing very little except washing and mending my kit. Everything (including me) was getting a bit tired. For example: the rubber was wearing off my walking poles, my t-shirt had developed an irreparable hole and I had to order a new one, my shorts needed sewing up yet again, and my sandals had to be washed and soaked 3 times to rid them of their foul smell. 

I also took the opportunity to visit my mum as I hadn’t seen her for over 6 months and I don’t want to be written out of her will. Plus, she’s good at sewing. Love you mum. 

4 thoughts on “Day 358-363 At Home

  1. Helen Atkins (Garmory) August 6, 2016 / 8:56 pm

    Lucy, oh my goodness, something made me think of you…. And I find you’re doing this!!! Fantastic. And you were in Mudeford recently – I visited the exact same place just a couple of days later with my two boys. Living in Wiltshire… Hope you have a wonderful time and wishing you all the best. X

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    • Lucy August 8, 2016 / 12:15 pm

      Hi Helen, how lovely to hear from you. I decided to do something a bit different after 18 years in the RAF, and this has certainly been a great trip so far.

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      • Helen August 9, 2016 / 9:02 pm

        So good to hear that it’s a great trip for you. Looks wonderful. Certainly a bit different. Something special I hope. Let me know if you want to meet up one day.

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  2. Chris F August 7, 2016 / 2:16 pm

    Look after the kit and it will look after you, even the sandals that stink and the tee shirt with holes. I hope your Ten Day Pants are still going strong after 3000miles??????? Well Done to Juicy’s Mum too!!!!!!

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