Yesterday was interesting. Took a 6 hour trip to Wales to climb Mount Snowdon in order to raise money for hospitals in Gaza. Did a few things like walk through a cloud, (I thought it would be like taking chunks out of candy floss but boy was I wrong) Spoke to a few cows, Trodded on a bunch of rocks and stepped on a bunch of goat poo (I could’ve sworn I noticed human poo too somewhere disguised as animal dump but I’m not stupid.) We made it to the top to get molested by hailstones and find ourselves struggle to breathe from the thickness of the air.
I could barely enjoy the view because I had to watch where I was stepping and avoid the whole, death thing, you know. Climbing a mountain is something everyone needs to do at least once in their life, or twice, or just do what you want I’m not your Dad.
Today, 25 years ago (23 August 1989), about two million people held hands to form a human chain over 600 km (370 mi) long in protest against illegal Soviet occupation, linking three capital cities – Tallinn in Estonia, Riga in Latvia and Vilnius in Lithuania. This peaceful political demonstration is known as the Baltic Way or Baltic Chain (also Chain of Freedom). read more here