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By Boff Whalley

ISBN-10: 1471110613

ISBN-13: 9781471110610

Boff Whalley simply likes working - the areas it takes him, the moments of excitement and snapshots of usual good looks that he provides to his psychological album. this isn't a guy who indicators as much as sizeable urban marathons and kilos the pavements. along with his all the way down to earth voice and an exceptional feel of humour, Boff writes approximately how working brings a true global of discovery and event, from attaining the head of a mountain with the solar at your again and moon in entrance developing shadows to working up Mt Fuji on a holiday from paintings. For Boff, working is set freedom, experiencing of the realm, your house in it and customarily simply having fun with your self. working is how to come back to that easiest of relationships - the single among our toes and the earth.

About the Author:

Boff Whalley did issues in 1981. He began a band and did his first marathon. In
the following 5 years the band, Chumbawamba, recorded a number of albums and
toured the area. The working? It took 5 years until eventually he ran a hill race to make a
success of it. And he was once hooked. Being in a band is his existence and paintings, yet off-road
running is his ardour.

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