You don't even need to go to Africa to do it.
Bishop Joe Devine has no objection to gay couples doing it.(Obviously they'll burn in the flames of eternal damnation, but, hey- thems the breaks)
An interest in furniture would be useful
Apparently, you can do it with a dawg and some pies
Even I can do it !
Yes, It's Adopt a Path. I couldn't resist the appealing little faces of some of the homeless critters in my area. ( What? You've never had a path sob "Take me home with you" ? Just me then ?)
I passed the exhaustive medical (a little condensation formed on the mirror held to my lips), lied about my criminal record (called criminal download these days, apparently) and was selected from a host of other applicants of dubious moral turpitude seated on the Group W bench.
A couple of my paths are around the village and can be done while popping up to Sunil's for my copy of "Reader's Social Workers".
But this is a little further afield and is in two sections (watch this space !)
So, how did it go ? Well, no Bangalore Torpedoes were required. A couple of shoogly stiles and a rotten but "safe with care" sleeper bridge went on the Inspection Report Card.
And, of course, it was feckin muddy. Good job I was wearing my ( you can rent this space for a small fee) waterproof trail shoes. They really are the dog's.