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A year and a bit ago I got told that the bone in my right ankle was probably going to die, due to lack of blood supply, and I'd have to have my ankle fused. So seeing that it's National Walking Day today has spurred all kinds of emotions within me.⠀ ⠀ I was told that, even if I was in that lucky 5-10% and my bone would heal, I'd have issues walking for the rest of my life, especially struggling on uneven ground.⠀ ⠀ Well… I was in that lucky 5-10%. And, well, yeah. I do have issues walking. Most days I experience pain and for a lot of days in the week I'll limp a little.⠀ ⠀ But this past year, I've hiked more mountains than I ever have. I've walked, scrambled, and climbed challenging terrain, and I've done my first multi-pitch climbs and leads. I'm more outdoorsy than I ever was before ⛰⠀ ⠀ It makes me really happy to look back at how scared I was and see the journey and progress over this past year. ⠀ ⠀ Thank you to my mountain buddy @michael.fleming who sometimes walks too fast, but is always, always there to help me when it gets a bit tough. ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #exploremoreworryless #exploremoretogether #outdoorstuff #wildernessadventure #letstravelmore #outdoorslover #outdoorisfree #exploretheoutdoors #adventureislife #exploremoreportraits #adventureethusiast #optoutside #happiness #everydayadventures #ankleinjury #injuryrecovery #happiness #positivity #igerscumbria #endlesslyexploring #adventureawaits #travelgram #ukhikers
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