I can’t explain my feet turns five!

I can‘t explain my feet  2012- 2017

I can’t explain my feet was created & designed by myself in July 2012. To celebrate I will select some favourites throughout the summer months.I hope you have enjoyed reading them as much as I have enjoyed writing, learning, and getting out and about walking. Just select date from archives on right hand side bar.


July 2012  Shoes and Boots My first ever blog.

August 2012  The Charlston Farmhouse Experience ( my first experience with a walking group)

September 2012 Rye- Hastings (my favourite walk)

October 2012 Thinking about walking thinking about writing. Newcastle, Seaford/Glynde. Black n White pics.

December 2012 London life/Music Machine (music is never far away from my thoughts)


1979 you could smoke on tube- All night!!

Looking back & Looking forward

I know when I first started this blog I was very excited. As I progressed and learnt about using Word Press, I joined a Word Press meet up group them formed a meet up group, I learned about different host providers, & about all the aspects of publishing on-line. It has since become a part of my life. Finding a walk, going out taking pictures- then writing about it & publishing it.

Any feedback is appreciated.  At the moment though I need to get off the treadmill, take a step back and see what’s next. 

Take a walk on the wild side



January 2013 Anybody got the blues?

February 2013 Westgate to Margate (another favourite walk)

March 2013  Sharing Blogs, reading different blogs.

April 2013 Learning to lead walks & the unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, a book review about an intriguing man.

July 2013 Northward Bound, revisiting South Shields, Newcastle, Northumberland

September October November 2013 Dedicated to Cheryl Strayed author of Wild


Next week I’m joining up with a bloggers group in Soho as I’m in the process of creating my new website Juliecanblog.Other than that I will be developing my map reading skills in the Rye-Hastings area.


Up next

 Best of 2014- 2015


Until next time

Keep on Keeping on.