- Live from the Road
- Great Britain 9 December: St. Austell
- Great Britain 2 July: Penzance - Land's End
- Great Britain 1 July: Truro - Penzance
- Great Britain 30 June: Kingsbridge - Truro
- Great Britain 29 June: Exeter - Plymouth
- Great Britain 28 June: Bristol - Exeter
- Great Britain 27 June: Cardiff - Bristol
- Great Britain 26 June: Hereford - Bristol
- Great Britain 25 June: Wem - Hereford
- Great Britain 24 June: Liverpool - Whitchurch
- Great Britain 23 June: Blackpool - Liverpool
- Great Britain 22 June: Windermere - Blackpool
- Great Britain 21 June: Keswick - Windermere
- Great Britain 20 June: Eskdalemuir, Scotland - Keswick, England
- Great Britain 19 June: Edinburgh - Eskdalemuir
- Great Britain 18 June: Glasgow - Edinburgh
- Great Britain 17 June: Glasgow
- Great Britain 16 June: Onich - Glasgow
- Great Britain 15 June: Inverness - Fort William
- Great Britain 14 June: Ullapool - Inverness
- Great Britain 13 June: Rogart - Ullapool
- Great Britain 12 June: John O'Groats - Rogart
- Schools And Kids
- Torch-Bearer Award
- World-Harmony-Run Song
Great Britain 16 June: Onich - Glasgow
Glencoe Primary was our first stop for the day and they made sure we got off on the right foot.
We joined the students in singing a couple of hymns before heading outside to run around a little.
Some of the kids had to change their shoes and their classmates were only too happy to lend a helping hand.
Wisdom seen on a classroom wall.
Running can be so much fun.
This school certainly had a beautiful backdrop of mountains.
Getting a stamp to prove you've visited all the continents.
Thanks so much to Glencoe Primary.
The glacial valleys of Scotland are truly stunning.
Hiking is very popular in Scotland and we are always bumping into eager walkers interested in our journey and message.
Teekhnata, from San Diego, enjoys these misty mountains.
Shaddhra, from Latvia, weathers the cold.
If you don't like the weather in Scotland...just wait a minute.
This lone tree caught our eye.
The shore of Loch Lomond brought back memories of much loved Scottish songs such as "Bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond." We revelled in singing this song as we made our way along those very bonnie banks.
Before you knew it, we'd left the misty highlands and were in the quaint village of Luss visiting the local primary school.
Making a wish with the torch.
We always invite the children to join us on a symbolic journey around the world.
We then make sure each child gets a stamp to commemerate their visit to each continent.
The Luss primary school received an award for their ecological initiatives and the students were delighted with this significant achievement.
We presented the head teacher with a Harmony Tree which they were going to plant later. This fits nicely with the spirit of the International Year of Forests (IYF) proclaimed for 2011 by the UN General Assembly.
The school gave us a great send-off.
Our dinner was hosted by Baliya Sommerville, an avid gardener and fabulous cook.
In 2002 Baliya arranged for this strain of rose to be officialy named "Sri Chinmoy Rose" in honor of the Run's founder, Sri Chinmoy. The rose is extraordinary with an exquisite fragrance.
See the recent Youtube video on African experience which illustrates IYY slogan "Our Year Our Voice" International Year of Youth - Zambia World Harmony. They surprisingly mention Presidents and UN Secretary-General in a unique way!
Distance: 83 miles
Salil Wilson (Australia), Apaguha Vesely (Czech Republic), Balavan Thomas (Great Britain), Shobhavati Davies (New Zealand), Shyamala Stott (Scotland), Dhavala Stott (Scotland), Amalendu Edelsten (Australia), Shraddha Kurzemniece (Latvia), Lenka Svecova (Czech Republic), Lubos Svec (Czech Republic), Uranta Kane (Scotland), Atul (India), Atulya Berube (USA), Teekhnata Metzler (USA)
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