He did it! Huge congratulations to Nick, and lots of love to Sue – you must be so proud! There’s still time to help Nick in his fundraising…
Where do I start? It has been the most amazing, incredible, glorious day. The road through Little Kimble had marked a turning point for my son and we drove through the sleepy village with a red kite watching from its perch in a tree beside the road. Any other day I would have stopped and grabbed the camera… today, though, even the kites would wait.
A red kite watches over the event
We had left in good time, so we had taken a short detour via the route Nick had taken the first day he got the trike… and his first real taste of freedom in six years. A month later and we were on our way to the Paralympic venue of Dorney Lake, just outside Windsor.
Calm before the storm…
Once there we headed to the registration tent and I finally got to meet the rest of the team…
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Thanks for sharing, Suzie. Yes, he did it… and then some 🙂 An incredible day all round 🙂
I’m so pleased for you all – can’t wait to see what he does next! What an inspiration!
Next??? I haven’t recovered from this one yet… and it isn’t that long since the skydive… !
Haha! I think it’s fantastic – I was reading it out to The Bloke yesterday… I’ve got a half marathon coming up in October so I’ll think of him when I’m doing it as motivation!
All being well he’ll have done the London to Brighton by then.. then cycled back home to Buckinghamshire!
😀 And they reached their target this morning too 😀
Yaaaay! Congrats to them!