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AFANASIEW

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LEJOG route
« on: 16:46:25, 11/02/20 »
Walked LEJOG last year and may do it again in the future. Yes, that IS a recommendation!

Question: has anyone followed Linda Brackenbury's e2e route and, if so, what was it like?
It's simple - one foot in front of the other.

harland

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Re: LEJOG route
« Reply #1 on: 17:38:06, 11/02/20 »
Not done that as mine was linking up a number of the National Trails.  However the following account of an Australian couple walking Lejog is worth reading even if only for the wonderful way they have with words.

https://www.ukendtoend.com/

AFANASIEW

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Re: LEJOG route
« Reply #2 on: 17:55:02, 11/02/20 »
Not done that as mine was linking up a number of the National Trails.  However the following account of an Australian couple walking Lejog is worth reading even if only for the wonderful way they have with words.

https://www.ukendtoend.com/
It does indeed seem to be very well written. Thanks, Harland.
It's simple - one foot in front of the other.