If you have read my previous post you will know that on day six, I had to put an end to the Run Iceland 2018 adventure due to bad health. It was not an easy decision to make and I did not take it lightly at all, but sometimes there is nothing you can do … Continue reading Day Seven – The Rescue Operation
On the morning of day six I was surprised to find that I was feeling much better than when I had gone to bed the previous evening. Don’t get me wrong, I still felt exhausted, and very much like I didn’t want to get out of bed, but the pain in my head and my … Continue reading Day Six -Decision Time
On the morning of day five, following what can only be described as a miniature breakdown the evening before, I did something I didn’t know I could do, and actually got out of bed early. The beautiful weather we had been treated to since we arrived had its downsides. One of which was the fact … Continue reading Day Five – Tricked Into Running Across A Desert
Day one of our Icelandic adventure began in the capital, Reykjavik. We had three important jobs to do that day. The first was to find Ruben – the mysterious stranger who we had yet to meet, fly to the other side of the country, and find a shop where we could purchase fuel for our … Continue reading Day One – Avengers Assemble
As you all know I have had to put an end to #Iceland2018 due to the fact that I was not well enough to risk going further off grid and away from medical assistance. I think I may have a kidney infection (oh the glamour) but will be seeing a doctor at 14.20 today for … Continue reading A disappointing end…
Tomorrow will mark two weeks to go. Suddenly, I am very aware of all the last minute organisational things I have yet to do. And so – rather than actually organise those things – I thought I should write a bit of a blog post to explain where we are up to and what has … Continue reading Getting Close…
On the 21st April this year, I attempted a Frog Graham Round in the Lakes. Setting out, I knew that this was likely to be one of the toughest things I have ever attempted, yet I also had a little bit of quiet confidence that I could achieve this. I had broken the challenge down … Continue reading FGR Attempt One – What happened?