The beautiful drive to the highlands by TeamImeson.Read More Chester to Ben Nevis.
Thank you to Rob for the interview and the article in your Business magazine. http://www.business-action.co.uk/ I’m keen to promote the work the RNIB do, the journey that I am on and the ambition I have to keep walking long distances. Please click, read and share. https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/62684845/business-action-june-july-2019Read More North Devon Coverage of our “Three Peaks Plus” expedition.
I have had one removed.. June 2019 T A picture of my taken the day of the operation. It happened in a bit of a rush. I attended a routine checkup in November 2019 when I was told my total vision was pretty bad and was registered blind. This did not come as a massive […]Read More Cataracts
Recently I made the decision to walk a similar distance with as much height gain as possible matching the day four of our “Epic Expedition” whilst staying close to my home. Day four – The Yorkshire Three Peaks – https://www.threepeakschallenge.uk/yorkshire-three-peaks-challenge/route The reason behind this walk was to help me gain confidence that I can manage […]Read More Blind Man Roy makes a solo walk happen
A Saturday training session. Ollie and I managed to go for 26k walk within 6 hours stretching from our home town to Hangman’s Hill near Lynton and back. It was a hot and hard walk sadly served with a big punch of reality. The Three Peaks in Yorkshire (day four) is just undated 42k and […]Read More When you think you’ve done enough to only find out you’ve got more to do!
Blooming Cataracts In October 2018, I was diagnosed as blind. The optometrist calmly said my sight had reached this status which was enhanced with two growing cataracts. Recently this state has sent me into a world of “blur”. This new condition has led me to learn a new coping strategy, It’s a simple one. This […]Read More Loosing Faces
Over a weekend in February Laura and I made a positive decision to “get up and go”. Our choice of direction was “upwards” and off we set for the most local highest point. This blog is more of a pictorial update rather than the usual 1000 words. I hope you enjoy the videos. When I […]Read More Training can be more than just a walk around a National Park in the UK.