'Mature' runners.

Older runners meet here.

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06/01/2005 at 21:56
JJ
Cheers, hope im still going at your age, what an inspiration.
06/01/2005 at 22:00
Hippo wonders what Mike does to have to travel so much




hello old an slow
methinks your name dont suit
06/01/2005 at 22:04
I got a son at Aber university!
06/01/2005 at 22:06
how many sons you got then mike--you norrty frog you;)
06/01/2005 at 22:09
Hmph, you're a fine one to talk about names suiting, Hipps!
06/01/2005 at 22:10
Hipps - me thinks the same!

Mike, I used to work a lot in and around Amsterdam, Hilversum, Almere, etc. Lovely country, lovely people - and flat! Oh yes, flat :-)

Off to read RW.. night all.
RD
06/01/2005 at 22:10
Two sons, one daughter, to the best of my knowledge!
06/01/2005 at 22:13
to the best of my knowledge


oh ha HA




look, i plod
and Im a hippo
QED
06/01/2005 at 22:18

Eves...................

7.5 bleedy hilly and windy miles!

But it had to be done and I is happy (at last)

Jj - I have a great route for you when you next visit your sis! It's full of bastid hills!

:o)
06/01/2005 at 22:19
Hi folks. How old do i need to be to be mature, im 43 lost most of my hair and my feet are the feet that you only get after running for nearly 30 years. My wife and kids say im old and most of the people i work with were being born as i started work. Do i qualify
06/01/2005 at 22:23
Mutley
Mature is a state of mind


we are all babes in arms really

hello

(running 30 years--ulp)
06/01/2005 at 22:24
I have no intention of contradicting your wife and kids, Mutley!
06/01/2005 at 22:24
ooh hi JJ
I did wonder about that frawg;)
06/01/2005 at 22:27
Hey, we all have to earn a living somehow folks! I am but an intinerant IT consultant, my possessions in a knotted red hanky over my shoulder...
06/01/2005 at 22:28
Mikefrog bYou must have met them, a firey bunch thats why i go out running a lot.
Plodding hippo i started at 800 meters at school and as i got older and fatter and slower i ended up into Marathons, its a lot easier to hide in a field full of Marathoners than on a 400 meter track full of whippets
06/01/2005 at 22:29

Muttley, Welcome to the madhouse.

Well I sincerely hope I continue to be IMMATURE until I snuff it!

BTW, I'm younger than you <blows raspberry> Ptttthhhhhh

It's not a bad ole place to reside in and we all have one thing in common.

No not running, we are all bonkers and insane.

:o)
06/01/2005 at 22:29
Do frogs have shoulders, and working them keys must be a bugger with webbed fingers
06/01/2005 at 22:31
I seem to have this forum thing wrong, you all seem to have pictures of animals when your all really people. I have a picture of a bald old fella, when im really a fit young stallion
06/01/2005 at 22:32
Mutley


you hit the nail on the head
I LOVE marathons

and im fat and slow



But not that old
well, not much;)
06/01/2005 at 22:33
Im a young hippo
Honest
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