Introduction and editing by me.
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I have been asked to upload pictures of the event to Twitter. I thought it might me a good idea to put them in one place. Star Trek website http://www.rotary-startrek.org.uk/
Ali Hunt from North Devon Hospice brings the good weather for tonight @star_trek_walk
Every risk assessment undertaken to prevent horse contaminated meat effecting competitors
And they don't get much riskier than our very own Erica
As the sun drops below the horizon the teams will leave every few minutes in opposing directions
A big thumbs up for twitter for those teams setting off at 6.30
Look what I found a 10k run on Woolacombe beach 28th April
This is known as the hot seat which will be the only warm spot by 3am!
Mucho Walko In The Darkio. Naomi Overney Leader- setting out soon to return we hope (pub calls)
Lost Soules- all very serious hard core! Team 24 I think
Tally Ho Trekkers led by Bernard Robins checking out the Ordinance survey
Lost before they have started? Or just a cunning
St Johns standing by thanks guys!
Brian's Nemisis wow that was quick! Half way.
A most welcome sight after 8 miles in the freezing cold- foods not bad either!
Guardians of the leak and potato soup
Leigh Trekkers just came in after setting out 6.30pm 3.hrs 30 mins halfway time
So Dave don't be shy who were the camp followers! You can tell me just our little secret
Tiny groups of head torches 1/2 mile out making their way under a star lit sky
Handy tip head torch or phone don't use the loos without!
We sign them in we sign them out and In between they take their fill
Thank you Mr Tesco Ilfracombe for providing for our sweet tooth on a cold frosty night
Ahhh but could you eat a whole one? Ann?
Just some of the teams taking part
And just one of the reasons why we are doing all this
Making the most of short and precious lives in Devon
If you want to put something back into your local community ever thought of joining Rotary ?
Check out some of the banners here tonight, could you help in some way?
While the walkers walk their sponsors are helping the vulnerable with their quality of life-"Thankyou!"
I know you shouldn't have favourites even personal ones but...
Andy of Molton Wanderers says " wonderful Parrstee " only kiding Andy only Kiding
Tinker bell and the lost boys couldn't remember their names !- #Longnight
Not saying its cold! O degrees C and the windchill is picking up!
Having that last cup of tea before making their way onto the hills
Mucho Walko in the Darkio having their photo taken with Ilfracombe Rotary President
A big Thank you to Raynet for providing communication and liaison once again thanks guys
Not yet sunrise and only a couple of teams to get back but I now depart to find my own home and bed!
A blog from Brian’s Nemesis, one of the teams that entered http://dalecooper57.wordpress.com/
North Devon Journal http://m.thisisnorthdevon.co.uk/story.html?aid=18314511&category=news
This blog and all the photos are provided by David Jones of Hele Mill Ilfracombe http://helecornmill.com/
Introduction and editing by me.
I woke up this morning feeling fine. I took Ellouise to school. She wanted to stop off at Tesco's on the way. While in Tesco's I started to get some back pain. By the time I came out of Tesco's the pain was also in my stomach. I dropped Ellouise off at school. I abandoned my planned trip to the high street & went home. By this time the pain had me doubled up. As I arrived home mom phoned me. She made me an appointment to go to the doctors, even though I didn't really want to go. The doctor suspected it was a kidney stone. He arranged for me to go to Accident and Emergency Barnstaple.
While there I was given morphine, and something to shove up my bottom. I also gave a urine sample. The doctor found blood in my urine.
So it was a kidney stone that caused all this pain. I am now discharged. Thanks to dad for running me around. Thanks for the kind comments on Twitter and Facebook. Also a big thanks to all the NHS staff, everyone I had dealings with today were great.