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#Walk1000Miles – April 2016

I’m pleased to be able to write that April 2016 has become a small milestone for me, in my quest to walk one-thousand miles see how many miles I can walk within the space of a year.

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To put it simply; I have completed my first one-hundred mile month and suddenly bumped my ongoing tally up to quite a respectable figure, considering how we’re already one-quarter of the way through the year.

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There are walks listed below that have yet to appear on this blog but those posts will be arriving soon.

My mileage breakdown for April 2016:

9 miles – Burnham-on-Sea to Dunball (Somerset Coast Path)
7 miles – Goblin Combe
11.5 miles Pensford and the Two Rivers Way (walk leading)
12 miles – Dunball to Steart (Somerset Coast Path)
13 miles – Quantock Hills
14 miles – Combwich to Lilstock (Somerset Coast Path)
2 miles – Stonehenge

36 miles – Combined total of local walks in and around Wrington.

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Total for April = 104.5 miles

Current total for 2016 = 263.25 miles

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3 responses to “#Walk1000Miles – April 2016

  1. Ruth Livingstone 01/05/2016 at 22:43

    Well done Olly. 100 miles a month sounds like a reasonable challenge and it’s what I aim for. Sometimes we make it, sometimes we don’t πŸ™‚

    • Olly Parry-Jones 01/05/2016 at 22:45

      Thanks, Ruth. Yes, I find it’s one of those things where it’s good to aim for a target but it’s perhaps more important that we aren’t critical of ourselves should we not succeed. πŸ˜‰

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