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Wildswimmer Pete
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Lift needed

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Would anyone from the Runcorn area be able give me a lift? I need to swim outdoors not only for pleasure but rehabilitation - going with group of paddlers would ideal and needless to say I would contribute towards expenses. Patience would be needed as I can't speak properly, but my stroke didn't affect my physiology nor my cold-hardening. My licence has been suspended because of the stroke so I have no form of private transport.

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Sorry to hear you've had a stroke Pete and I'm too far away to be any help. I've enjoyed reading your posts and hope you get adopted by some local paddlers to help you get back in the water.
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Shame i am the wrong end of the country.

Good luck with a speedy recovery.

Hopefully someone will be along soon to offer you a ride.
Know the wisdom of patience during times of inactivity.

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Thanks for the felications and offers!

I can reach Liverpool easily by bus and the Liverpool One bus terminus is conveniently opposite Salthouse Dock. I got a chilly swim just down the road in Queens Dock and thanks to Waterfall for swimming with me as well as keeping an eye on me.

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