Anyone else taking part?
(((SOLB))) *bounce, bounce*
I jog the flat bits, I was hoping to get a piggy back ride up the hills.
I was going to roll down the downhills.
I didn't know we had to go down the blimmin things too
We have hills. One are two are what you might call.....significant
I shall learn to embrace these lovely high rise fields.
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Harbour master being a speshulll one
I'm in for this one - now here's hoping we can stay in our friends' seaside retreat in Fortuneswell that weekend.
Cake - our southern hills are a bit namby-pamby, but them Dorset apples produce a very decent pint
Map will be ready mid next week will post on Mapmyrun and work out a way of scanning it plus will post profile pic. Showing the slight inclines and little bumps
10k route will be our next job thats 99% there.We havent been over the course with a Garmin, end of next week hopefully
I like hills too *decides not to admit she hasn't run more than 2 miles for longer than she can remember. It's not much further than that anyway, is it? *
you have 21 weeks of training increase your long runs by 1.5 miles per week
Bingo............marathon distance in no time
Hello, I just found this thread. I'm really looking forward to this one.
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