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Stuart Lennon

Stuart Lennon

Stuart is the writer, interrupted of the title on this website and its accompanying podcast.

Anchor Points

The positive impact of exercise is well-documented, and walking two adorable mutts is the best therapy anyone could ever ask for. If we could all take dog-like enthusiasm into life, what fun we would all have.

Camino 19. Finding Religion

The light was truly golden, there were no other pilgrims about and we had the Way to ourselves. Inescapable though, was that Stu was hobbling. "Sore?" "No. I'm just practicing my limp." I suppose it was a stupid question.

Working Tools 64: E-mail & Domains Update

I fear that hopes for a long and luxurious holiday funded by the sale of domain names that I had acquired, “just-in-case” are fading. I may only realise savings by letting my leases on them lapse. Ah well.

18. The Long March to Sahagún

We walked a little with a young German guy. He was on a strict timetable. Planning to finish the Camino Francés in three weeks, we was averaging 40km + a day. “I’ll bet he’s crap at drinking Rioja” I said, as disappeared into the haze on the horizon.

My e-mail

Assuming that all continues to go well - next will be Lime and then finally SL. Overall savings will be £250+ a year, just on mail hosting charges. I’ll achieve those desired savings, without compromising the “customer experience”.

17. Boadilla to Carrión de los Condes

I am much prized by the insect world - the equivalent of an all inclusive cruise ship with top notch dining options. If you don’t want to get bitten, stand close - the little swine will fly right past you to bite me.

My Domain

The thing with domains is that they are like mushrooms. One bit of rain and you’re inundated with the things. If I own .com, shouldn’t I own .net? What about .club? or .co.uk or .uk or .anything?

16. Hontanas to Boadilla

If you really want to aggravate sore, blistered feet - the best way to do it is find yourself some rocky downhill with sections of scree. Stu channeled his inner-Duck, verbally eviscerating the terrain in a mix of French, Czech and Anglo Saxon, with a range of comedy accents.
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