Your weekday 'magazine' programme from Worcsetershire
Just poppin' to say hi!
What ho, Minners, how goes it?
I am dieting; I have now lost 4lb; yay me! Racing weight, here I come (eventually )
Well done on the weight loss Mr. Hamster. Go Man Go...!!!
belfast was awesome once I had stopped sobbing. My Club Captain had taken my place in the Welsh Team, she came over to chat when we arrived at the hotel. Really nice lady is Alison.
Giant Causeway...superb...Mr Hamster will send you some photos via email. Bushmill's Distillery..hic' wasnt exciting apart from tasting the honey whisky...mmmmm!
Sunday was the Titanic Museum...double Awesome...a place you must visit if you like economic & social history (for me it was the ideal place). Spent nearly 3 hours inside. Visual and videos were atmospheric. The walk from the hotel to the musuem was lovely' through Belfast City Centre and along the river front. My weekend wasnt actually a Titanic disaster, the tours and visit was my lifeboat.
My Sodbury Slog almost sunk below the waves (of mud) not long after the start. I lost a trainer in a foot of mud which took what seemed like ages to find. I think I was last before I found it, extracted all the mud and managed to redo the laces. Still it was good fun at the back for once.
Sounds like you had a good time anyway, Lexers!
Ant, that is a work of comedy genius
was it your shoe you retrieved from the mud Ant?
Very busy here hence not much posting (or running) I now have a trainee/ assistant to help me out.
Off to Weston super Mare soon for the 3rd Prom of the series
I wasn't sure at first
I haven't seen any photos fortunately.
Alright dudes? How's life in Worcsetershire?
Hope our North Walian listeners are ok.
Sorry for not posting much
wtf has happened to the forum layout? have we gone all retro? I remember when all this used to be fields, albeit covered in water and rather moist underfoot!
3270, aye, 'appen you're right.
I have been entering races; 2x 10k, a 7.5 miler (NTRIX, for those wot know) a couple of 1/2Ms and an M. I discovered that the Leamington 10k was going to cost £23, so didn't go for that one. £23 for a 10k? On which planet is that acceptable?
I am a racing machine, albeit one with a cold.
Not sure why the numbers, but I'll play along!
I have also entered a race, thought I would enter something that would scare the life out of me or scare me into training. It seems to have worked!
Is that half marathons & marathons Mr Hamster or 1/2IM's and an IM?
3268 (posts til 100k)
It's all running at the moment, GOMmers old bean...though I have entered Vicky for September...
Hello - Yet another chest infection means no running, working in an open plan office is bad for your health.
I only have one race entered at the moment and that's not until July. I really must get entering things.
GWS mate. What are you doing in July?
Thunder Run relay again
I am having a cold and watching sport; I'm not generally awake at 0430!
Idly wondering if anyone was interested in a relay on 2nd Feb? About 12 miles per leg, XC, would guess hilly as it's in t'Cotswolds...
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