In 2013, Daniel Graham and his twin brother, Jake, stepped out of their front door in Bristol, England, and onto the path. Yearning for an experience they would never forget, and with the added incentive of raising money for WaterAid, the brothers traipsed for five months - washing in rivers and sleeping beneath the trees - until eventually, after passing through 3,000 kilometres of Western Europe, they reached the the Mediterranean Sea.
From the experiences gained on our journey to the Mediterranean and the walks that preceded and followed, I have now created Scuffed Boots: notes from a walker, a blog celebrating the world of walking and the thoughts of those who do it.
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After a year of research and writing, editing and re-editing, I am finally in the latter stages of completing and publishing A Walk to the Water. It has been an extremely rewarding experience, allowing me to relive the greatest achievement of my life, and, for that matter, Jake's too.
The book will be available in both hard copy and online form. Details of its publishing date and how to purchase a copy will be posted soon. If you are interested in getting your hands on A Walk to the Water, or have any other questions, please either comment on the post below, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org