Nearing the Summit

T Minus 27

If the sheer enormity of moving our family overseas, selling our house and disposing of years of accumulated items were a
mountain then we are nearing the summit. Nonetheless like any good mountain as you near the top you encounter false summits, approaching you observe a higher peak beyond until eventually you spy the true summit and a steep climb to the top.
We have a week to be out and although we have made a lot of progress these past few days – we still have an incredible amount to do to reach our summit. Juxtaposed to this we have long term plans to visit Lincoln this weekend and a trip to Alton Towers on Monday. These will form a respite – a camp stop before the final ascent to the top. We are nearing the summit of the mountain but there’s a steep climb ahead.

None of the photos below are mine – they are of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania a place we hope to visit whilst in country.
20140726-094113-34873913.jpghttp://freedownloadwallpaperphotos.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/free-wallpapers-to-download-images.html?m=1

20140726-094335-35015648.jpghttp://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/4/prweb10591400.htm

20140726-094520-35120730.jpghttp://chronicclimberchick.com/its-official-kilimanjaro-for-the-ccc-in-june-2013/

20140726-095014-35414734.jpghttp://www.nufc.co.uk/page/Foundation/Events/0,,10278~2987493,00.html

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