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And Did Those Feet: A Walk Across England

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Walking from dawn until dusk, the author describes his walk across England: from the far north east to the far south west, from the Scottish border to Land's End, from the North Sea and Norway to the Atlantic Ocean and America. Along the way me meet variously coloured cows, beautiful scenery, annoying crops, and good and bad pubs. The joys of walking through England's ...more
Kindle Edition, 100 pages
Published November 13th 2011 by Neil Davis
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Anwen
Apr 01, 2016 Anwen rated it liked it
Whilst I am amazed at the distances this man walked in such a short time, I must admit a walking book where there was no time to stop and stare did not grab me. Extreme walking, not for enjoyment. Not for me, though I do admire the author for his feat - something I would never be able to do. Hats off for the achievement, but please, stop and smell the flowers next time!
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