Anyone else taking part?
Campy, camp, camping.Ok just in case you didnt get the email about camping send me your details and we create a nice little list.Right prices £5, which goes to charity, per pitch/tent thats all weekend. Please leave on the sunday as Chris wants his field back for baby cows.If you want to stay longer check out http://www.visit-dorset.com/There will be toilets and when we find somewhere to put them showers.There are no shops in Sydling, bring supplies or nip into Dorchester 20 minutes away or Cerne which over the hill(you will no the hill you have to run up it)We need:Your name (obviously)Time of arrival and how many people are email@example.com
Or live in Yeovil and casually drive down on the morning looking smug
Hill training this weekend. up and down the Downs, anyone care to join me?
I'm doing my own version of hill training. Saltash HM Sunday
I'm doing Neolithic Trail marathon Sunday. Which is why I am now drunk. I don't even know if Salisbury Plain has hills.
And my legs still ache a bit from Bracknell half last Sunday
I'm running Richmond mara on Sunday. They have hills I've heard
Whats with all this hills stuff ...Goldie was only joking ... wasn't he ?
I hope so. I think it's a flat 5k right.
Mouse, is 5k of it flat? So just 37k-ish up and down then?
ha ha yes probably chillies.
For those of you who do the Fetch thing
thanks to Mrs Mouse
26.46 miles??? Does that make it an Ultra
Oh then I saw the elevation tab
I have just looked at the elevation....please tell me that 2nd half isn't really like that...At least the last mile or two are downhill
Yeah about the last mile......Fu Man and I were loking at it and we havd to add a little bit to help us with sign posting because theres the risk of getting lost.
the good news is you will now not get lost
the bad news is.......well how can i put this.....erm
Im sorry ok
Don't tell me you're taking us up more bloody hills? Maybe have a chat to Mel Ross about signalling. Her runs are superb!
26.1 miles we hav....
I mean you have a very slight incline
before the plummet
.....er gentle glide into Sydling
So all good nothing to worry about.
i will ensure we fill in the rabbit holes and get rid of the slippery sheep droppings
So basically its still 10 big hills and couple of little mole hill type affairs
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