Guy J. Singer has led a peripatetic life since his late thirties. His travels worldwide and life in other countries inspired his love of history, alternative cultures, and an interest in local research. Now settled in Farnham, he is retired, filling his time with writing and walking. Knowing his love of wandering, folks might question how long he will stay where he is. The simple answer Guy automatically fires back is, “as long as I am happy.” Currently, he is very content.
Guy revels in hobbies such as walking in the hills. He numbers among his achievements conquering the Thames Path and the Pennine Way. Forty years since hiking along the length of the latter, he is thinking (casually) of trying both again. The former is going well in convenient stages; however, too many birthdays have removed hopes of re-walking the latter – both in terms of anno domini and the effect of the many celebratory cream teas on his waistline.
He has been working on ‘Tales from a Country Churchyard’ for over a year – a book that looks at the biographies of more interesting people interred in St Michael and All Angels’ churchyard, Thursley.
When asked what the next project in the pipeline might be, Guy replied, “I am toying with several ideas. Maybe a long walk somewhere?”
Watch this space…