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  • Long Distance Walk 101.2 miles. 560 starters... 380 finishers. width:640;;height:424
  • Hmm, Huh, Eek! width:640;;height:424
  • On the way to the start line in Mortimer Forest. width:640;;height:424
  • 0 miles....Just after the start sign. Yeah man, Huh, Uh Oh width:640;;height:424
  • Roel in the supporting "sport" car. width:480;;height:480
  • Herrock Hill width:640;;height:424
  • Efficient running at 27 miles. width:318;;height:480
  • 27 miles...running off Herrock Hill. width:318;;height:480
  • 27 miles and Sam's still feeling great! width:640;;height:424
  • Dave, Clare and Ollie  joined in for some action width:640;;height:424
  • 27.5 miles... Diet Coke break. Heading in to Evenjobb. width:640;;height:424
  • Edging closer to Evenjobb. width:640;;height:424
  • Evenjobb 27.5 miles. Dave and Ollie in the support car (1935 Austin 7 RTC Special) width:640;;height:424
  • 1st hill leaving Evenjobb. Amazing views. width:640;;height:424
  • A beautiful evening walk out of Evenjobb. width:640;;height:424
  • Glow sticks everywhere - a real comfort for finding the route in the dark - but not needed for us.......yet! width:640;;height:424
  • The dreaded Offa's dyke path. width:318;;height:480
  • Still smiling - must be the valium! Coming up the steep bank after Evenjobb. width:318;;height:480
  • In the background, graveyard for Offas Dyke signs. width:640;;height:424
  • 35.7 miles. Knighton. Look after those feet - you'll have to make them last. width:318;;height:480
  • Knighton - jacket spuds fot tea. width:640;;height:424
  • 56 miles. Lydham after the cruel night stage. Joined with some other walkers (Bob and Kev-took us under their wings!)). More is better... A shared load doesn't weigh as much. width:640;;height:424
  • Lydham. 55.5 miles. width:640;;height:424
  • Bustling breakfast stop. width:640;;height:424
  • Still trying to look after the feet! Pep talk from Sam. width:640;;height:424
  • The night has taken it's toll...(Tim). width:640;;height:424
  • All enjoying the hearty hearty breakfast... to return it minutes later in the toilet facilities. Endurance event necessities - vaseline and nappy rash cream! width:640;;height:424
  • Leaving the comfort of the CP (7). It's starting to spit. (Tim, Kerry, Sam, Kev and Bob) width:640;;height:424
  • Across the fields to Habberley. width:640;;height:427
  • Almost in Habberley. A crucial turning point. (Especially for Kerry as it's 1 mile from home sweet home in Pontesbury!) width:640;;height:427
  • Near Habberley, Eastridge woods in the background. Moral support from local friend, Adrian Donnelly. width:640;;height:427
  • Marching towards Habberley. (Is the Mytton Arms open yet?) Also supported here by Tim's brother, Dave. width:640;;height:427
  • 66 miles. Leaving Habberley village. The Mytton was closed. width:640;;height:427
  • You could almost call it a peleton. (Bob, Kev, Paul, Ben and Sam) width:640;;height:427
  • Coming off the road at Habberley to head round Lawn Hill. width:640;;height:427
  • Passing through The Golden Valley. Supported by Catherine and Stuart (Tim's sister and brother-in-law ..... suppliers of Red Bull and chocolate.) width:640;;height:424
  • Kev in The Golden Valley. width:640;;height:424
  • Bob, Ben and Paul in The Golden Valley. width:640;;height:424
  • Anna feeling energised by seeing all the haggered strugglers. (Catherine and Stuart negotiating yet another stile) width:640;;height:424
  • Stiles, stiles, stiles :-( width:318;;height:480
  • Stile no. ..........! Kerry and Tim being very careful! width:640;;height:424
  • Support at the Bridges CP width:360;;height:480
  • 73 miles. Bridges army camp. Shame The Horseshoes Pub wasn't open. Sam being told he still has more than a marathon to go! width:640;;height:424
  • Feeling it now. (Sam, Kerry, Tim and Catherine) width:640;;height:424
  • Paul and Ben leaving Bridges. width:640;;height:424
  • Leaving Bridges accompanied by more local support, Gav and Christine. width:640;;height:424
  • 95 miles. Sam entering Bromfield CP. width:318;;height:480
  • Kerry glad to be getting to Bromfield as well. Still smiling at 95 miles (nearly a grimace!) width:318;;height:480
  • Sam's sister, Anna, keeping watch. width:640;;height:424
  • Bob cat-napping, Christine in support, Sam, Anna, Ed (more local support) and Gav giving a vital morale boost. width:640;;height:424
  • Bob having 40 winks. Some sort of speed sleeping. It was arranged that Kerry would wake him up when she'd finished her cup of tea! width:640;;height:424
  • Seasoned walkers plus support crew. width:640;;height:424
  • Kerry navigator extraordinaire. Kerry's glad she and Tim reccied it - no errors at this time of night. (Kev, Bob, Ben, Kerry with Gav in support) width:640;;height:424
  • Marching on through Oakly Park. width:640;;height:424
  • The gates of Moor Park School (finally!) - actually still a little way to go...... width:640;;height:424
  • Edging closer to the hallowed finish. width:640;;height:424
  • Anna looking exhausted after 3 miles! Oh and Ed being rather casual. width:640;;height:424
  • The school is in sight but feet too sore to walk on the tarmac - walking across the field instead. width:640;;height:424
  • Congratulations all round. Mario joining us for the finish. width:640;;height:424
  • Cheers Bob! You're a star! width:640;;height:424
  • Still celebrating. width:640;;height:424
  • Cheers Kev! You're a star! width:640;;height:424
  • All home and dry. Tim makes it supported by Dave after massive suffering. width:640;;height:424
  • Job done. Support team going home. width:640;;height:480
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