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Philtheetiler   on 20/03/19 @ 13:51 said:

Hi Montie, look at photos 12/06/2018 by Ally and Dave. It was Liz and Graham that did the Lejog. Phil

M1960   on 20/03/19 @ 19:17 said:

Hi Montie, long time no see!
I don't know the couple you mention, but I do know Richard and Sandra Brown who have both completed Lands End to John O'Groats (and are both former record holders ). I sent them an e-mail asking if they could give any information %u2013 Richard has replied, noting that the direction you are planning is into the wind, and said: 'The best introduction is to buy on-line my book The Winning Experience as this relates the story of my record breaking run, gives the route and the fun we had but also some horror stories!' He suggested trying Amazon, but there's no need as I have a copy which you a very welcome to borrow. If you give me your address, I'll put it in the post.

Montie   on 20/03/19 @ 22:43 said:

Thanks very much both of you - aware that it is technically the wrong way but it suits me for several reasons

Ally & Dave   on 23/03/19 @ 17:42 said:

Dave did it as well Montie, always a bed in the beautiful Peaks for you both!

Ally & Dave   on 23/03/19 @ 18:15 said:

There's no right or wrong way. I walked it North to South. Only the West Highland Way felt the wrong way round; all other LDPs are ambidextrous, so to speak. I wanted to finish on a high, and for me the scenery of the North Cornwall coast far surpasses anything Caithness can muster. And as Ally says, dinner, beer, bed and washing machine await at the end of the Pennine Way. Dave

Montie   on 28/03/19 @ 21:04 said:

Ally & Dave: cheers Dave yes finishing with beautiful scenery much better and thanks for the offer of bed etc be great to catch up again although hope to see you before then!

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