From The Courier
“We’re all over 65, so it’s not as if we’re in the springs of youth.”
Garry Fraser, from Dundee, and 15 friends will be taking on the West Highland Way in memory of his brother Stuart.
Stuart, also from Dundee, died last September at age 67 after a battle with prostate cancer.
Now his friends – whose ages add up to 1,000 – will be taking on the 96-mile walk to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
“There will be 16 of us doing the West Highland Way in May,” Garry explained.
“People will be coming from Canada, Singapore, Switzerland and the rest of the UK, to get together to do this charity walk.
“Our total ages add up to over 1000 years, so we’ve called it the 1000 year walk.
“All the guys who are doing the hike were close friends of his.”