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Friday, 24 October 2014

Charlie Walduck

The Final Blog

The final part of my challenge was today (Sunday) in Newcastle and would involve running or should I rephrase this as completing the 30th Bupa Great North Run.

I have completed the run on 5 previous occasions and this part of the challenge was not as important to me as completing the coast to coast walk. It did cross my mind to have a... [more] (3 comments)

By Charlie Walduck
Published: September 20, 2010

WE HAVE DONE IT !

After a great night staying at a farmhouse ran by Ann and Tony Richardson – a really nice couple that made us feel more than welcome we set off on Day 12

and the final day of the Coast to Coast Challenge, would we make it to the end with just 19 miles to go? Would our tired feet hold out? We set off from Glaisdale with such excitement,... [more]

By Charlie Walduck
Published: September 18, 2010

Day 11

After breakfast Bob the landlord at the Buck Inn near Clay Bank Top gave us a lift to the place where we stopped yesterday. Today’s section of the walk would see us walk 18 miles from Clay Bank Top to the village of Glaisdale.

The initial climb was a bit of a shock straight after breakfast but when we reached the top it was a fairly... [more]

By Charlie Walduck
Published: September 16, 2010

Day 10

With the finishing line almost in sight Day Ten would see us walk 15 miles to Clay Bank Top via the Cleveland Way.

Most of the walk we have met some fantastic people and with two days left I must admit, despite the sore feet, I will be fairly disappointed when it’s all over. I’ve enjoyed the banter and the camaraderie of the... [more]

By Charlie Walduck
Published: September 15, 2010

DAY NINE

Day nine: As usual Mark and I arrived late for departure (Mark was doing his hair and I was touching up my lipstick).

Today would see us leave Catterick Bridge and make our way towards the Cleveland Hills via Damby Wiske. The first part of the walk was very flat and seemed very easy compared to what we had already done. We followed... [more]

By Charlie Walduck
Published: September 14, 2010

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