Aug. 30, 2018 Live from the road

Dunbar - Edinburgh

Reported by Devashishu Torpy 30.0 mi

The sun is shining as we embark on our Peace Run through Scotland

Uranta from Edinburgh proudly carries the torch of Peace.

The team run into Dunbar Primary School.

The teachers listen avidly to the presentation.

Banshidhar from Hawaii teaches the children how to say Aloha and Mahalo!

A demonstration of un-peaceful behaviour.

In a more peaceful demonstration, Daniel and Devashishu offer Banshidhar some assistance.

Helen Gillanders, the Principal, embraces the spirit of the run wholeheartedly.

All the teachers and students have the opportunity to run with the torch.

Thank you Dunbar Primary School for a wonderful start to our Scottish run.

A quote above the door from John Muir reads, "Let children walk with nature". John Muir, world famous naturalist, grew up in Dunbar.

In Dunbar there is a statue of the young John Muir.

Tomaz from Slovenia picks up the pace.

In Dunbar we reach the water - the Firth of Forth.

On to the beach we run ...

Torch carried by
Anita Costa (Portugal), Anubha Baird (Australia), Banshidhar Medeiros (United States), Daniel Ignovski (North Macedonia), Devashishu Torpy (Great Britain), Dhavala Stott (Great Britain), Drsalu Grünstäudl (Austria), Gordana Petrovčić (Croatia), Mandra Laing (New Zealand), Paramanyu Lebedev (Russia), Shyamala Stott (Great Britain), Tomaz Pivec (Slovenia).  
Paramanyu Lebedev
The torch has travelled 30.0 mi from Dunbar to Edinburgh.

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