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Boot Camp

Training in the Brecon Beacons

Heading north today today for a South Pole boot camp. We’re driving to Skye in the LandRover. Skye sadly probably won’t be as sunny as last time I was there. But I’m excited about it anyway. I love these training sessions. We tend to do stuff like this:


and this

and this
The Race
and this
Training
as well as plenty of this

and this
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But there’s also time for curry and good laughs.
The SOUTH Office

There doesn’t often seem to be much of this though:
Ben and me at 10 Downing Street
We’ve now recruited Martin Hartley to the team which should make things a little more gentle and sane. Or maybe not:

Good times ahead.

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