I remember my very first geography homework (even though the past is a foreign country). I had to draw a map of the street where I lived and the surrounding roads. This began a lifelong fascination with maps. But I am now imagining how geography would have been, if we had access to the internet (or even computers).
Writing this here as a way to start some serious planning for the tour. By imagining how a day might pan out, I can start to think of the things that I will need, plus it will also be useful for anyone interest in accompanying me on a stage (none of the following is cast
Here’s where we have been doing this month Travel for Moira to and from Scotland (for the cycling leg) Booking of accommodation for the cycling leg (still some to do) Identification of all other accommodation for cycling leg Preparation of maps (this is an ongoing process – currently preparing better quality OS maps with elevation data – showing participants
What’s that? With a little bit of alliteration, Taking the Tablets Tour (4 Tees – guess it really should be 6 Tees but that would be pushing it a bit) becomes the new name for Richard’s Long Walk. It’s supposed to be a little ironic in a “keep taking the tablets” sort of way, plus
Last week I walked 17 miles (actually 17.5) from the Peace Statue in Brighton to the White Horse in Storrington. The was a test run (ha) for what I will be doing most days between July and September next year (2012) – a walk from Scotland back to Brighton. It will also be the final