This is a wonderfully uplifting, honest account of Raynor and her husband, Moth, coming to terms with losing their home, their business and most of their possessions and also receiving a diagnosis that Moth has a rare neuro-degenerative condition with no cure.
As the bailiffs hammered on their door, Raynor has a plan; to walk the 630-mile South West Coast Path. So, with two rucksacks, a tent and a little money they begin their adventure, meeting an array of people along the way and viewing any obstacle and setback as a challenge.
This is an extraordinary testament to love, hope and resilience; how time and space helped them to rebuild their strength and self-belief. A walking meditation.
Review by Louise