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I've been a little quiet the last few days, all is good and I've turned the corner from the Eyre Peninsula. I'm in Port Pirie this evening and despite the best efforts of a heavy dose of flu and a badly damaged rear wheel I'm still moving. Will be getting the wheel fixed in Adelaide in two days before setting off for Melbourne.

I'll put up a longer summary of the last few days once I've caught up on sleep.

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My back wheel finally busted the other day when I lost a spoke half way between Whyalla and Port Augusta. My rear wheel is badly buckled and now minus a spoke which is certainly less than ideal.

It reinforces my need to replace some vital parts on the bike which the grant from Version 1 will allow me to do. I really need your help to get the votes required to make that happen.

The link to vote is and thank you if you have already voted.

It would be great if you could ask some of your friends to do similar in a private message. it's a lot more effective than just posting the link or sharing it. Thanks in advance.

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I'm asking you to sign up for your very own Challenge Ten over the next ten days to help me continue to spread the word that It's OK not to feel OK.

We're nearly there it's just going to take one final push to get to the finish line in first place. Watch the video for more details.

The challenge is to ask one person to vote for the campaign on each day between now and the end of the voting on September 30th. Just tag one person each day on this status.

The voting link as always is

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Anyone at home in Leitrim looking for something to entertain themselves tomorrow evening while supporting a fantastic cause should check out a special screening of Dead Poets Society in Carrick Cineplex in aid of Pieta House.

Suggested donation of €10.

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