On January 1 2017, Claire Wind set out on a 650km solo walk down the East Coast of Australia to raise funds to sponsor an Ethiopian midwifery student to study at the Hamlin College of Midwives in Ethiopia. After 20 long days, Claire arrived at her destination in Victoria.
Claire was supported along the way by her heart throb Jorge who would regularly drive ahead to catch some fresh fish to serve up to Claire when they met at checkpoints along the way.
The pictures that Claire posted along the way portrayed beautiful Australian coastline, but belied the tough mental and physical aspect of the challenge that could be detected when Claire shared a diary note about whether the mental stress of the trip would stifle her desire to pursue further adventures.
We love that Claire's final picture shows the thumbs up while happily wearing her ArmaSkin anti blister socks.

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