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Big Wild Walk – Day 4

I would be very grateful if you would consider sponsoring me as I join in #BigWildWalk and contributing towards my target of £30 for 30km. https://thewildlifetrusts.enthuse.com/pf/ruth-willmore/post/916057

I was not in work today, and had few other commitments, other than studying genealogy, and beginning my next course with Pharos so I had planned on a longer walk on Black Rock Sands with a friend.

12.9 km of 30km walked so far

However I woke up to torrential rain and wind.

So we cried off, deciding that hibernation sounded like a plan. It did stop around lunchtime andI put down Rebecca Probert’s Marriage Law for Genealogists and headed out.

Damp but not as wet as earlier.
We got out again after tea so the day wasn’t a complete write off.

Tomorrow I might have to resort to walking around the house to get a few more kilometres toward the target distance.

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