It was nine miles.
Along a stony beach.
We did manage to interrupt an army training exercise, though, so that was entertaining. I don't think the army people expected anyone to be stupid enough to walk Chesil Beach at the beginning of July. We were, though, and we saw a sign at the opposite end of the beach saying you're not supposed to walk it between 1st May and 31st August. Yeah. If that sign had been at the other end, that'd be great. Oh well. We did it, it was one hell of an achievement, I got very impressively sunburnt, and I am never doing it again.
|Apologies for the scruffiness and photo quality, but this was after the walk and I barely managed to get the photo in the first place. Sorry.|
- Trousers - Cherokee (...boys' age 11-12. My mum found them in Oxfam for my brother a couple of years ago but he refused to wear them; I wondered if they'd fit. They did and still do)
- Vest top - Atmosphere @ Primark
- Cardigan - Tu @ Sainsbury's
- Nails - Essie Snap Happy
- Facial expression - product of a 9-mile walk along a stony beach
What do you think of the outfit? Have you ever walked 9 miles along a stony beach? Would you? If yes, why???
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