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Things To Do Before I Turn 50

  (also known as my "TA-DA" list as opposed to a "to do" list) It was my 49th birthday a few days ago and this got me thinking. Any birthday that ends with a zero always feels a bit like milestone or a landmark and, when I hit the big "five-o" in 2022, I don't want huge parties or celebrations but I would like to have ticked a few things off my low-effort bucket list.   I see these things as a way to improve my mental and physical health, plus a few slightly off-the-wall experiences that would make for great memories.  Start running again and include the following: Lead a C25K group again  Participate in parkrun EVERY week where possible  < ongoing (now parkrun Run Director too) Visit local landmarks whilst running  Train for a long race - building up from 5k > 10k > 10 miles > half marathon, with a couple of longer trail races mixed in  Lose a lot bit of weight Post more on Instagram or give the blog a bit of a reboot < ongoing Look at

70 London Underground Stations In One Picture

London Underground Stations, art, picture

I spotted a tweet yesterday from @WalkTheLinesLDN which linked to this picture
(Mark's book looks amazing, by the way - a walk along the London Underground - overground - passing each station on the way - Amazon link if you're buying me a present here - Walk The Lines) .

You can find a large version of the picture here 
and a bit of googling sent me to the original blog post on Look For Longer.

There are apparently more than 70 London Underground stations on this picture.  I got about ten at first glance.  They are very cleverly incorporated into the drawing and some are more obvious than others.  When you find them, stick them in the comments and let me know what part of the picture you saw them in.

My first spots were:
Barbican (Barbie & Ken)
Lambeth (the lamb in a bath)
Elephant and Castle (sign on the pub)
Knightsbridge (knight and horse crossing the bridge)
Shepherds Bush (shepherd stood next to a bush in the road)

Now it's your go!