Where did it start?
On April the 6th 2011, following a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder, ex social worker Chris McCullough Young set off northwards from his home in Edinburgh to walk around the edge of the UK to change the way people think about mental health.
Armed with a rucksack full of 'what if', 11 packets of supernoodles and a belief that people would be fabulous, Chris has relied solely on the hospitality of strangers.
He hasn't been disappointed.
Now Chris has joined up with SeeMe, Scotland's programme to end mental health stigma, setting up a series of events where people who don't normally mix will share a social space.
There will be no uniforms, no barriers, everyone will be on a level playing field; it's all about breaking down stigma and rediscovering how fabulous people are.
Don't judge a person until you've walked two moons in their moccasins
North American Native proverb