Babes in Boots
Like many of us, Terry Manley has enjoyed walking through the wilder parts of Wales at week-ends and holidays. However, his story is all the more interesting because Terry and his wife have not only combined long-distance walks with camping, but the tale is rendered unique by virtue of the fact that this was achieved with two young children in tow! And so after repeated prompts from friends, family and colleagues at work, he has finally been persuaded to collate his note-book scribbles and share them with us. Terry Manley is a chartered surveyor and has worked in the construction industry since attending colleges in Leicester and Loughborough. This is his first book.
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