Adventurer & Storyteller
G'day, Bonjour, Hello. Thanks for popping along here. Nice to meet you. My name's Lindsey and I'm a Brit who likes to do stuff. From running across the country to see a friend for a cuppa, pedalling a bicycle across continents to watch sporting events, or just wandering along fence lines retracing a pretty special someone's journey, whatever idea pops into my head I like to see if I can give it a go. I just feel alive when I'm on the road, with my own personal mission to get somewhere in an unconventional way, learning a new skill or something new. Maybe, I'm an adventurer?! Read More »
Walking the Rabbit Proof Fence was so amazing I couldn't bring myself to fly back to Perth in 90 minutes when it took me 10 weeks to walk. So, I hitched with truck drivers. Which then planted the seed to circumnavigate the entire country with these hardy but soft characters, collecting their tales. Read More »
Walking the rabbit proof fence
Being stuck in Byron Bay with a broken leg, whilst backpacking in my early 20s, I had stacks of films and books for entertainment. One being Follow the Rabbit Proof Fence. The characters in the story helped me through a tough time I'd soon go through so I always wanted to return to Australia to retrace their journey. Read More »
10 weeks and 1600km across the outback
Walking to Jigalong with Molly's family
Me and my walking trolley TRevor
Staying with Maria, Molly's daughter
Where it all started
2010: Cairo to Cape Town
Cycled from Cairo to Cape Town, 6500 miles to make it to the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Ran 250 miles to Manchester, carrying a ukulele to busk to earn my train fare home.
2013: Je parle Franglais
Roller-skated to Paris (even though I couldn't skate) whilst learning French on the way.
2013: TO BUDE in the Nude
Roller-skated 150 miles to see a friend in Bude, in a nude suit, because it rhymed.