Yep, I’m calling it. Having finished the Cape to Cape earlier this year, as well as large swathes of the Bibbulmun, I can say this one tops it. No other hike in Western Australia offers the experience as provided along the Stirling Ridge walk. It had been on the list for a while but to
I’ve noticed posts on here are becoming more and more irrelevant to this project so I have decided to find a new home for them. Anything related to Generation Y or really anything not related to the 7 Summits Project can now be found over at my new blog which I’ve titled Generation Y Musings..
I’ve started doing monthly challenges (again) to improve myself and keep things interesting while I’m based back here in Perth. You can check out last months Cold Showers Challenge and the positive results in brought. The challenge for this month is to really step up my training and take my overall fitness to the next
I had a pretty bad experience during a half marathon last weekend which brought about this post. Around 7km in, I developed a ‘stitch’, a sharp stabbing pain up under my ribs. No matter what I did, I couldn’t get rid of it, struggling through the last 14km without being able to push myself in
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”- Dr Seuss Dr Seuss was one wise motherfucker. Anyone who knows me or has read this blog probably realises it doesn’t take much to get me ranting and raving about how important reading is.
First off, Perth water in May is a hell of a lot colder than I expected.. It seems to have gotten colder and colder, as the days have shortened and night-time temperatures have dipped to 4 or 5 degrees. Having said that, I’ve been really enjoying the cold showers, starting to actually look forward to them