Getting set to walk Offa's Dyke from South Wales to North. Four of us. We leave tomorrow morning August 1, new walker Glenn Hall from Wales, my New Zealand walking companion Paul Wennerholm from Sweden, the lovely Olive Burnell Molyneux from London continues on our journey together and me from Australia.
Looking at the path, its gonna be a really beautiful journey with so many ancient things including the "wall" that is Offa's Dyke.
Hope the weather holds......
A cloudy but warm day in Brighton.
Im at my friend Lee’s flat not far form the city centre. Its quiet and cosy here and I’m glad I wasn’t out walking yesterday as it rained steadily for most of the day.
Quite a journey it’s been so far, since landing at Heathrow now almost three weeks ago.
First things were to sort out the tube in London and to find my way to Kat’s place in East London. She had let me know which trains to take to get to St Paul’s cathedral in the centre of London and arriving there, it began a little drizzle. Much warmer than I had been expecting, but that...
Joan Vickers passion right now is Bimblebox Nature Reserve. Of course that's just the most recent on a long list of passions that have always had to do with a world in balance, peace and freedom.
The Adani corporations Carmichael mine plans for the Gallilee Basin ride roughshod over nature reserves promised "in perpetuity". Joan and a team of conservationists are defending the land, the history, the flora and fauna - and all of us.
Now Joan is working harder than she ever did as a working scientist, redoubling her efforts since retiring. From civil rights to conservation, Joan...
What an interesting person. Kumari Ellis has journeyed as few others, spending years in India investigating her life, her soul and her teachers. She has also written a superb book documenting her experience "Tracing the Moon".
Take some time to listen to her sharing here and then purchase the book from this delightful soul. Thankyou Kumari Ellis as you investigate and question that important idea "who am I?" And thankyou as you #walkwithme
Jo Brown is a fascinating and vibrant woman - writer, healer and teacher I met by chance at the home of a friend. She has written (almost) a definitive book aimed at opening opportunities for the feminine to profoundly influence lives at a personal level and radiate out to change the way the world works. Take a little time to listen and connect with Jo Brown at her website www.sacredunionmentor.com
Rebecca Kingsbury is a dynamic part of a men's group.
That's right, a men's group.
And she clearly isn't a man.
Spend a little time listening to Rebecca's enigmatic take on the world and the way we all interact with one another.
Another unique story in the 7 billion available to us all if we just take the time to ask. Enjoy Rebecca Kingsbury as you continue to #walkwithme
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