Ramblings of a Grandad: 1977-2002

byMick Stidever

Paperback | July 10, 2014

Ramblings of a Grandad: 1977-2002 by Mick Stidever
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Mick Stidever was born in 1937. He served in the Royal Air Force for 15 years before spending 30 years with a major electronics company. Ever since he enjoyed the activities of the cub scouts as a youngster he has spent his leisure hours walking the hills and dales of the UK and abroad, as well as trying to get a taste of those incredible journeys made by many an explorer of the past. This journal records a few of those travels and endeavours. So why not join Grandad on his diverse travels, along the Pennine Way, over the mountains of Peru and beyond. Share his experiences, his emotions, his highs and lows as he endeavours to follow in the footsteps of others.

The enjoyment of "Ramblings of a Grandad," is its diversity.
John Merrill
Marathon Walker

Mick Stidever was born in Plymouth, UK in 1937. Ever since he enjoyed the activities of the cub scouts as a youngster he has spent his leisure hours walking the hills and dales of the UK and abroad and in doing so tried to get a taste of those incredible journeys made by many an explorer of the past. Mick has also published books on hi...
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Title:Ramblings of a Grandad: 1977-2002Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:440 pages, 11 X 8.5 X 0.89 inShipping dimensions:440 pages, 11 X 8.5 X 0.89 inPublished:July 10, 2014Publisher:New Generation Publishing LtdLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1910394750

ISBN - 13:9781910394755

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The enjoyment of 'Ramblings of a Grandad',is its diversity. From exploring the paths ofthe Peak District , to walks along the Peddar'sWay, Pennine Way and the Islands of Scotlandto far flung places of Peruvian Andes,Himalayas and Tibet and the holy shrine of Lhasa.For a part time walker it is an impressivespread of the world's crust.John Merrill. Marathon Walker.