29 Miles To Go And 600 Days Without A Drink 

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5 Responses

  1. Mike b says:

    Well done matt, i think to be honest the traffic situation has put me off ever doing lejog.
    There really should be a national route like a bridleway all the way for people wanting to do it.
    But i suppose theres not enough people wanting to walk/run it to make it worthwhile.
    If i do do it at some point I think I’d prolly go full cross country avoiding roads and wild camp. The thought of the drab cities and all that traffic along the normal route puts me off.

  2. meg says:

    fuck yeah. congratulations, matt!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Amazing job. Great advertisement for the rail network up there, only 40 mins slower to walk the distance than it is to take the train!

  4. Astrid says:

    Congrats! what a journey!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Matt, Congrats in advance. I assume you made it and weren’t knocked into the sea by National Trust rubbish lorry in the J o G carpark before you could get to the official sign at the end of the country. Fair play, and keep up the good work. Greg from Horsley.

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