This section of the site is set aside for the things that occupy me when I’m not working.
I enjoy physical and mental challenges, so much of what you will find here is about triathlon, including my journey from an open water panic attack in my first event, through to completing The Brutal triathlon in Snowdonia.
As well as competing in triathlon and being the secretary for my local club, I raise funds for charitable causes, rattling the tin every 2-3 years.
If that’s not enough, when time allows, I travel as much as I can, and in the gloomier winter months can be found tracing my family tree.
With only a few days before the event is due to take place, we held a final planning meeting at the Inn on the Lake… Read More »London to Brighton Trek – Final Planning
On the walk itself, at 2am when others will be safely tucked up in bed, and assuming things between 8am and 2am have gone to… Read More »London to Brighton Trek – Night Stalking
After some initial, shortish walks, and with boots I felt comfortable in, I decided to test myself a little more. Some fairly basic route planning… Read More »London to Brighton Trek – The Green Mile
As the cobwebs from the night before cleared the next day, a little Googling of the subject revealed the mountain we were planning on climbing,… Read More »London to Brighton Trek – The Morning After