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07/08/2006 at 22:19
That's the one Haile - the majority consider it to be the most stunning mountain in Scotland, and I have to say that I agree with the majority. Haven't done the 'scramblers' route over the pinnacles, was planning on doing it this summer, but my mate's become a bit busy, so I'll have to leave it to next time.
07/08/2006 at 23:10
It's absolutely gorgeous. And I saw it in low visibility. There's a massive corrie loch underneath the pinnacles, it's truly massive.
07/08/2006 at 23:10
Right, enough hill chat. I've got a date with some chips n dips, and 2 slices of raspberry cheesecake.
08/08/2006 at 11:19
mmm no thanks
08/08/2006 at 11:25
I'm still reeling after that thread you linked from tritalk with the feet. No thanks.
:oS
08/08/2006 at 11:32
That's as maybe, but it's all warm and fluffy in here. Duvets and hot cocoa for me, ta.
08/08/2006 at 13:12
happy in my cocoon thanks

there is a more horrible picture of someones feet after the GUCR - yuck!
08/08/2006 at 13:17
Feet is Lurkers thing - i would rather not see most peoples - even my own!!
08/08/2006 at 14:12
Mmmmm, feet. All my blisters have now hardened into callouses. The best thing I ever did for my tootsies was wearing boots every day since age 10. They're not pretty, but they're fairly indestructible.

How is everyone else doing with recovery? I've been taking it really easy ( out of 7 days rest), yet I was riding down to the shops for ice cream yesterday, and my legs were fecked. Do I need to get out and train again to restore some of the feeling into them?
08/08/2006 at 14:13
(5 out of 7 days rest)
08/08/2006 at 14:40
My end of season oly got cancelled, so I'm pretty much in post race mode - getting all my recovery done and putting on a stone or 2. Next year I fancy focussing on short and fast, maybe some middle distance to do some strength work. I dunno.

I think it's a combination of laziness and an excuse to be lazy that's done it. I'm hoping that when I've given my knee time to get better, got a massage and am back out doing things for fun that I can start putting structure back in. I might target a few late races, and I've got a date with a hill race in November again.
08/08/2006 at 17:17
:oD

Ta haile. It's just a shame that the half mara in town hadn't been a couple of weeks later. I'll re-evaluate after I start up again and see where my head is at.

I've been thinking about norseman. In a few years, granted, but I've still been thinking about it...
08/08/2006 at 18:37
those GUC feet belong to the running god that is Matt the Brum

they look alright to me

i seen lots worse

:-)


08/08/2006 at 22:06
lurker - matt the brum's feet weren't the feet i was referring to. they were fine in comparison to the really grim feet.
AndrewSmith    pirate
08/08/2006 at 22:23
08/08/2006 at 22:25
really can't bring myself to look at them again!
AndrewSmith    pirate
08/08/2006 at 22:44
He obviously didn't soak his feet in surgical spirit for 30 mins each day, wimp!
AndrewSmith    pirate
08/08/2006 at 22:46
H you seem to have turned into some sort of clanger/pig mutant??

or is that the fancy dress kit you will be wearing at abingdon?
AndrewSmith    pirate
08/08/2006 at 22:56
yep, I see you were keeping up the good work ┬ŽoD

careful of you will have people calling you a dictator


or is that patater, hard to tell dannn sarff

you say potato I say potatoe, I say tomato you say tomatoe
potato, potatoe
tomato, tomatoe

oh, who give a f*ck!
08/08/2006 at 23:06
Evening smiffy, all.

Cheers for the support Haile - didn't realise it'd all gone off.
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