Those that know us (and regular readers of the blog) may recall we’ve been trying to walk to this reservoir from where we live for a while now. But every time we’ve been thwarted by poor signposting, busy roads and – in our latest, possibly most terrifying attempt – cows.
I have a new friend!
We go for walks, we go for runs and, when I need a bit of motivation, she tells me I rock. Once the words ‘hold me’ were also uttered which was well, frankly, kinda weird but we’re working through it…
Meet my Fitbit One: (more…)
I love to walk almost as much as I love messing around with the names of exercises that involve intervals… Rinroad’s swimterval training, Rinroad’s hillterval training – forget SEO, those are the kind of post titles that are just begging to be used!
So I wanted to share an update on a recent walk I did that turned out to be the longest, hardest, but most rewarding walk I think I’ve ever done.
See those hills? Yep, I climbed those – all the way from Seaford Head to Beachy Head along the East Sussex portion of the South Downs Way. (more…)
At the tender(ish!) age of 27, I’m ready to join a ramblers group!
I just love being outdoors at the moment, and walking is by far the easiest, way to get the fresh air and the clear head that I so often need.
You may have read my blog about why I love long walks (now) and so, to follow on from that, I’ve decided to start a new series of blogs ingeniously titled ‘Rinroad about town (and country)’ – or maybe something shorter for SEO purposes!