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  1. Mudmap

    For a long time I have wanted to integrate the GPS traces from my various excursions directly into an embedded map here on tregeagle.com. There is a million ways to do this of course. I have done so in the past using Google maps but I would prefer to …

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  2. Postcards

    I was to meet Emrys for breakfast at the stipulated time. It was part of his ultimatum or perhaps pen-ultimatum. For when I arrived to pick him up he was still in bed. He had forgotten he had written me off as a bad dad the day before and that …

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  3. Extreme strolling in London

    We are on the train to Newcastle. We overslept and had to run like maniacs to get here. I managed to misplace my oyster card and my subsequent tube ticket to kings cross. The ticket gate staff were probably too startled by my sweaty panicked luggage humping madness to stop …

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  4. Walking and Travel

    Bruce Chatwin in India
    Bruce Chatwin in India

    As a nineteen year old, Bruce Chatwin introduced me to the latin phrase, solvitur ambulando (The Songlines). Translated as ‘it is solved by walking’ I liked the phrase immediately. It has become a talisman to be kept in my thoughts. I have not only sought solutions …

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  5. Flaneurs of the World Unite

    I have yet to read the Flaneur book I gave Suzy. She seemed to enjoy it, I would like to read it before my studies begin again.

    There really ought to be time in ones life for walking and art.

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  6. Reasons not to do it again

    Lisa, Di, Emma & I back when we were training for this.
    Lisa, Di, Emma & I back when we were training for this.

    Our Twitter Kokoda Updates

    • tregeagle: CORRECTION we all had injuries EXCEPT DI. Di is a hard ass.
    • diemma: Thank you 4 ur support over the weekend. We r in the car on our way home. It has been amazing …
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  7. Syndicate Ridge

    The Syndicate Track
    View from halfway up the Syndicate Ridge

    Sunday, Di, Emma, Chris and I went up and down the Syndicate Ridge. It was a fantastic workout for our legs and lovely mornings walk. Chris went all ‘Bush Tucker Man’ on us and distributed lots of odd berries which I nibbled, took …

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