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The Diary of a Not So Ordinary Boy

My husband is way more active than me.  Without him I would have thought the idea of packing a hiking tent, sundry other camping items and enough clothes for a couple of weeks on the back of a bike, getting on a train to Inverness and cycling from one side of Scotland to the other and back again was bonkers.  Without him I would never have set foot in a sailing dinghy and neither would I have thought that walking to the top of Mount Snowdon when there is a perfectly good railway was even remotely a good idea.  I lay the blame entirely at the foot of the Duke of Edinburgh.  Without the Duke, I may well have continued to believe that I wasn’t capable of such physical feats.  He hasn’t allowed my physical limitations to set the limit.

This attitude has rather permeated our approach to our children…

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