It’s late (or should I say ‘early’). I’m tired. The process of preparing everything ready to ‘go walkabout’ was longer and more involved than I expected today.
To top it off I’ve been called up – for the first time ever – for jury duty in February. So had to prepare my ‘please pick me another time’ submission…
A hearty THANKS to everyone who has offered words of encouragement, made a donation/pre-purchased ‘the’ book, given advice (especially Corrine and Johno and Andrew), provided equipment/services, cooked me dinners (yum yum Jeannie, Janine, Robert/Peter and Ged!) and basically helped out in any way for this project.
I don’t know when the next blog post will be. Facebook will hopefully receives texts when I have phone coverage.
Into the wild yonder we go… 🙂
Oh, I’m just so excited for you, Stuart! Really hoping (and knowing) that this is going to be even more amazing and life-changing than even you have dreamed! Take care, my friend. Go out and inspire us all.
Good luck Stu…. see you at Jamboree.
Save me a seat for the ceremonies Pip, I might not be able to stand by that stage! 😉
Wow Stuart, how exciting! Your journey has to be the most interesting and adventurous undertaking anyone I know has ever embarked on. I can’t imagine how much planning and preparation you have put into this to make your dream a reality. Maybe I should book you now for a presentation at St Margarets before your diary is filled…best wishes for a safe journey 🙂
I’ll fill you in about all the prep at our next coffee Deb! And I’d be delighted to have a yarn with the St Margaret’s girls about ‘having adventures’. 🙂