Archive for March, 2009

Epic4Joe – mission complete

March 29, 2009

I have just received Mark’s report of the final stage of the Cape Epic which you can read on the diary. Thank you to everyone who has supported them. Together you have raised well over two thousand pounds for the Myelin Project UK. We really appreciate it.

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Epic4Joe – 2 days to go!

March 26, 2009

In case you haven’t checked the Epic4Joe diary recently, you’ll be pleased to know that our heroes, Mark and Dave, are doing brilliantly – they have survived six days so far and have only got two more to go! It’s been very tough going in energy sapping temperatures of 40C. I’m exhausted just reading their […]

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Epic4Joe – prologue complete

March 22, 2009

Just a very quick post to tell you all that Mark and Dave have completed the Cape Epic prologue in a great time and are in good shape for the rest of the race. Mark has been sending me updates via email so he must have internet access. The race can’t be that hard if […]

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Good luck team Epic4Joe!

March 20, 2009

Tomorrow is the big day for Mark and Dave – they will take part in the first stage of the World’s toughest mountain bike race: The Cape Epic. We wish them the best of luck. They’re going to need it – this really is a challenge to end all challenges. For those of you not […]

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Joey gets the green light

March 20, 2009

Well after all the doom and gloom in my last post I have some good news! In fact, pretty much the day after the “doom and gloom post” Joseph seemed to start recovering much quicker. Maybe everyone reading the post sent good vibes? Who knows? I’m not the superstitious type, but it did seem a […]

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Slow progress

March 10, 2009

For several weeks I’ve been hoping to write a positive comment on Tri4Joe about Joseph’s progress. Something along the lines of “he’s fully recovered, and back to his old self again”. The truth is, unfortunately, that he’s is only recovering very slowly. In fact, there are times when we look at his tummy with its […]

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