Follow the adventures of the Gravesend Malt Whisky club as fired only by excess alcohol and enthusiasm they decide to embark on the Caledonian Challenge; a 54 mile walk across Scotland to be completed non-stop within 24 hours. Starting with training "walks" that seemingly involve more time in the pub than actually walking they eventually start some serious training and cover most of Kent in the process. Against all expectations they finally make it to Scotland and although embarking on a serious endeavour they still have time to muse on the landscape and history of the countryside they are walking through. Will they actually make it or simply retire to the pub half way round? Read on and find out... What they said about the book Funnily enough I started it last night and have got half way through it as (and this may surprise you) I found it to be a good read. A few things I would change and some great typos; my favourite being 'as bold as bras'. Just the kind of bras I like!! Look forward to the next submission. Andy Parr PR guru and alleged editor of Six Men on a Walk (although he never actually provided any edits) on receiving the first thirty pages for editing. At the end of the book I was left with a number of feelings; a very minor yearning for home, a regret that I had not seen more of Scotland, but mainly a desire to read more work by this new and exciting author, I Jackson esquire. Well done mate another achievement that I couldn't even imagine attempting. Darrell Read Retired (aged 42) city broker, best mate and part time sycophant. This is very, very good...I chuckled away...should really be dashing to Faversham...!!! James Pilcher Surveyor and illustrator of Six Men on a Walk
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Book Description Paragon Publishing, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 189982054X