But how many miles did you cover in that time? If you're used to walking at a 'reasonable' pace (say 3-4mph) over fairly even ground, then sixty-two miles in thirty hours still allows time for sleep and food breaks, no?
I was taking it easy at times, because dog walked 2/3pm is old, can't walk far or to fast.
Done 9.5hrs now, didn't put 'tracker' on, as a guess, 26ish, all at low level. Max height 200m, (that was from sea level in @ 2.5km).
When I do London to Brighton, I'm hoping I'd finish in 24hrs. max.
If, and it's a big IF, I could walk at normal speed, (4-5mph at low level), for distance, with little rest, it's possible to do in 14-15hrs. That would be pushing hard.
I'm doing walk solo. No back up, only thing I can pick up is water at check points. Food, EMG I'll carry. According to the charity, BHF, up to now, only around 50% of starters finish and it's mostly done as teams.
Still it's not to 21st-22nd June 2014, so loads of time to get fit. I was doing stupid mileages because I had dugs who could manage them. I won't for a few months, so wanted to see how I felt.
Oot wi MM.............. again............ Wish I could bring her over for the "wee dander" ! Give me something to try and "beat"
Can you 'bump start' to get going? Not a mechanic, but 'clicking' when turning key usually means one of 4 things.
Battery done, solenoid done or starter done. If a diesel it could be injectors, if the "heating" element has gone, may be why if you keep turning over engine it could eventually start, as fuel will have heated up enough to ignite.
Don't know for sure, a mate who is a mechanic told me that when I had problem with car I had.
11c ear at moment. It's 10th Dec. Normally nearer 0c or lower...........
OTWSD. If I am out for an hour, I should have clocked up 35ish today.