Working Hard or Hardly Working?

3rd July, 2019 by Acorus in General

Mike may have to take further annual leave following this journey! He says his back and knees have been in better condition, however still moving on up.

Everybody would be doing it if it was all down hill and easy right? 

 

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*100% of monies raised go to the charities, the trip itself is self-funded

* Sponsored by Acorus 

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