I completely forgot to take a photo of the group on Saturday morning, which was a shame, as they were a top notch group. So instead, as I've been a little bit lapse in my 'Weekend Roundups' in April, have included a little collage of some of the people who have come on my weekend walks on previous weeks.
So ... last weekend was pretty momentous as far as Bowl Of Chalk is concerned, as two people completed THE TRILOGY ... which is to say, they have now done all three Weekend Walks. The first was Adam who came on the walks incrementally over a number of months or even years ... I can't actually remember when he came on the first one, with Saturday afternoon being the final installment. On that walk, he was also joined by Andrea from Canada, who took a rather different approach by completing THE TRILOGY in one weekend. Over the course of two days, she subjected herself to listening to me warbling on about London for about nine hours. I should also mention that Courtney, from the States, who was also on the Saturday afternoon walk was on her second walk with me. Here are Saturday afternoon's group on top of New Change, with St Paul's cathedral behind them.
On Sunday it unfortunately rained pretty much non stop for the entire walk, so the first stop was for people to purchase umbrellas. Here are the group on Rivington Street, in front of a piece by street artist Thierry Noir, a 56 year old Frenchman, who came to prominence in 1984 when he began painting an infamous wall ... the Berlin Wall, which he continued painting for five years.
Special award for completing 'The Trilogy' - Adam & Andrea
Youngest - Logan
Smallest - Logan
Quickest ever walk appearance - Lucy on Sunday morning
Most Australian - Mark, Amanda & Millie
Best moustache - No Winners
Yellowest trousers - Andrea
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