Tag Archives: Sahara

Sahara: We’re Coming to Getcha!

“Are you decent Rosie?” Rosie is my roomy (and tent buddy) for the next week. We arrived at the Ibis in Oarzazate a little after midnight and after rearranging bags, rucksacks ready for an early departure we had both managed … Continue reading

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Women on a Mission

This week has seen a significant shift in my fitness. I am not sure why. After having my “wheels fall off” exactly 14 days ago I suddenly found myself not only able to walk over¬†14 odd miles exactly one week … Continue reading

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Pack Them in Your Pocket

Feeling a whole lot more positive it was time to rejoin some of the MWA Tartan Trekkers¬†for another walk. With less than four weeks to go it’s a fine balance between maintaining fitness, stretching your limits a little more and … Continue reading

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What Begins and Ends with “Sea”?

Well a walk from Portgordon to Spey Bay on the Moray Firth coast of course. Neither destination was on our original plan as we left home this morning. Home is Glenlivet and close to an hour away. I love where … Continue reading

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A Step Too Far

After a period of relatively little walking (practically none of any real distance since Feshiebridge last December) the opportunity came for a few of us to go for one final “long walk” before we head off to the Sahara in … Continue reading

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