I am sure I am not alone on this forum when I say that I support the RNLI...
This year (in an attempt to continue to raise money
for the RNLI) I will be walking around the Isle of Wight. To make it slightly tougher myself and one other sailor will be conducting the walk carrying all we need to survive for however long it takes. It is approximately 70 miles, we will be living on dried food
and sleeping in bivvy bags.
Having sailed the route
many times I am looking forward to seeing things from a different perspective. I am not a particularly experienced walker and at the moment the task seems quite daunting. I hope that we can average 20 - 25 miles a day; I will certainly be conducting a few training walks before July!
I have set up a Just Giving account: Peter Green is fundraising for RNLI - Royal National Lifeboat Institution
At this stage I would be VERY grateful for either some words of support, some words of advice or even better a small donation!