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She was all alone too, wandering the trails with her trusty camera, having a marvellous time scouting for birds and getting close-ups of tree bark and teensy wildflowers. I smiled so big, and felt a big whoosh of courage and excitement fill my soul. Off I went, discovering water pools and waterfalls, amazing rock formations, and the prettiest little birds flitting along beside me on the trail. I got back to best family tent my car after stopping to chat with my hero old lady, filled with pride yet again that fear had not won.And then I rounded a bend and saw her. Another old lady. This one was at least 80-years-old. She wore pink and white striped socks, a jaunty hat, and wore a massive camera around her neck. She didn't have knives or a knobbly walking stick that could double as a beach tent club, she didn't have defensive manoeuvres worked out in her head just in case I was a bad guy instead of me, and there was no way she could outrun anyone. No, she was happily and peacefully doing what she loved. That's it.

Camping began out of necessity in order reduce the overall cost of the cycling trips, but it really did open up new horizons. It unexpectedly provided a perfect opportunity to clear my mind from everyday clutter. Living in a city, our brains process millions of bits of information from our visual and auditory systems, most of it superfluous, and just everyday hassle. Getting away from the  rat race' allows us to  put the mental trash out' resetting to a primal input. An added bonus of camping is it allows you to come closer to nature, encountering pop up beach tent wildlife you'd never see in an urban area. With no pollution, the sky is clearer and the stars are definitely brighter. Under my duvet at home, it's always too warm and cosy to crawl out of any earlier than I need to. With all the data input reduction, the dawn chorus often wakes me up, then I can just unzip my tent and watch the sunrise from the comfort of my toastie sleeping bag, then fall back into a deep sleep.

I have always had a love of the outdoors, for walking and for wildlife, but as you know life gets in the way, work, family, kids etc.. However the main reason my wife and I have  stepped out' as virgin hikers is because, well, we wanted to get out, to do the things we couldn't whilst the kids were at home, to have some  us' time. Neither of us are drinkers, party going social types, don't get me wrong we love to socialise, just not with the noise of modern life. The quiet footpaths or wooded lanes of the countryside are idyllic places, and much more relaxing and congenial than a pub or a party.

Upon our arrival in the quaint town of Keswick we had a look around the market place, very pretty, then found the Youth Hostel we were staying in. We had never been in a Youth Hostel before and didn't really know what to expect, all I can say is that we were very pleasantly surprised, it was a lovely building with a lounge, balcony over the river, a kitchen and dining room for self-catering and the rooms were very clean, the beds extremely comfortable, and even thought we had to share with six other people, it didn't matter an ounce.

So I stopped for lunch and rescued the lone beer that had been rolling around the bottom of the kayak for nine days. The can tent pegs was dented, covered with sand and warm. But it was satisfying. This last beer symbolized the end of my voyage. I couldn't help but reflect on my trip as I sat on the beach nursing the warm Ranier. An epic trip filled with adventure in a pristine wilderness. This expedition had it all; sun and rain, was both terrifying and relaxing, yet always stunningly beautiful. One thing is for sure, after nine days in the wilderness I had happily settled in; a wild child, and was reluctant to return to [img] pegs-693get.jpg[/img] civilization. Yet return I must, I was out of beer.
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