“I am sort of an adventurer. I like to explore new places. I don’t get to travel as often as I would like but I love it”
If I miss one thing about climbing, especially alpine climbing it’s the views and sense of peace.
Moments when the only colour’s are back, white and grey…lit up by the bright blue sky when your above or close to the clouds…The occasional bird exists that altitude but from memory I only ever saw a crow.
G kindly took me to Windsor as I was insistent that during our mini break I was to spend time outside, enjoying the sun and taking in the views of somewhere new. We took a route called ‘ The Long Walk’ in ‘The Great Park’which took in some of the deer parkand the statue of King George III..
We sat up on the hill that leads down from the statue onto the magnificent path to the castle and took a few moments just to take in and enjoy the view.
The Great Park allows you to run, walk and ride and I thoroughly recommend spending a few hours here if you’re in the area, I shall have to go back there just to run. 
King George III 
Windswept on the Monday afternoon..
Whilst we all like to slate the UK there’s no denying the beauty of the path to the Castle which is part of our beautiful heritage behind me. 
“Born and Educated In This Country, I Glory In The Name Of Briton” – King George III
Be running up that road,Be running up that hill,With no problems.
“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” 
― Oscar Wilde