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Day 13 Dunbeath to John O'Groats

Journey's end

sunny 17 °C

Just 35 miles today, and its over quickly, with just a short stop at Wick. Time for Will and Chris to practice their sprint finish, before the big photo opp. It feels grrrreat to finish. There's a big welcoming party at JoG, but alas its not for us, but for two local girls who managed to pass me huffing and puffing up a hill earlier today. They're not here yet so I think they must be picking up an entourage before the triumphal entry. Our welcoming party is Mandy and the mother ship - which is better than anything in my book.


Reflections - Its great to finish. Next year I'm going to the beach. Its been a real challenge and its got us all a lot fitter and leaner than before. Must return to Scotland and take more time. It'll be nice to give the backside a few days rest. Now, where's that bottle of Highland Park?


Having completed LeJog we know that the total donations are over £3000 we still have other donations to send on to the RNIB, so the final total is yet to be confirmed.
For all the support we have to say a massive thank you to everyone who helped over our journey. The generosity of our friends, family and colleagues, as well as the amazing people we met on our trip that welcomed us and gave with all the generosity of close friends.

Thank you!


Posted by LePratt-LeJog 14:14 Archived in Scotland

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