things you see when out for a run..
Good one at 7.15am this morning
Somebody was up and out cleaning their window. It was still dark.
Okay so I was walking the dog, but I 'm a morning runner, so it could easily have been when coming back from a run !
Bet it's tricky keeping a wig on in this weather!
As for window cleaning in the dark - I wonder if they came back later and noticed lots of streaks? Or maybe it's more efficient as they show up better in the glow from indoors? Who knows! I'm going to ask our window cleaner when I see him - he already thinks I'm nuts anyway!
Nothing too exciting to report for me over Christmas except a lone half sandwich (completely untouched) by the side of the road at the summit of a Yorkshire Wold!
Running cross country near a golf course in saltash, cornwall when i was 8 with my mum we were stopped dead in our tracks when what can only be described as a black puma/panther stopped in the middle of the track to stare at us before casually continuing on his/her travels. If camera phones had been invented by then it would have been my uni fee's paid for we were that close. So glad my mum was with me just so i dont think i was hallucinating. 16 years on still no one believes us.
Not sure which of the last two would worry me the most LOL. And wonder if the above mentioned unicyclist was the same unicyclist on a long distance north-south ride??
Will be watching this thread for sightings of EG!
I ran past the premier of Iron Lady just as Meryl Streep was arriving last night!
I'm not sure who was more weirded out - me by the huge scrum of papps or them by the sight of a very confused and windswept runner going past
A naked man trying to hide in shrubbery.
2 running male model types with matching dogs. (Black and white dogs and men.)
C45 - better check the dailies then- you could be famous
GFB - hee hee hee - brilliant (though only cos you/he both lived to tell the tale)!
BM- Coool - I love owls! Amazing birds. Heard my first woodpecker of the year this morning - hammering away!
RS - were they wearing matching kit too? Hope the naked chap wasn't too far from home? Remnant of a stag do perhaps? Why else be naked in a shrubbery - probably best not to dwell on that one....
EG Graham wrote (see)
Also why is it when you're out anywhere (not always running) that you always tend to see just one discarded shoe? always puzzled me that, I don't know of anyone who ever came home minus a shoe
I know a chap who went home from a night out with one shoe missing - he was very, very drunk at the time. He can't remember how or where he lost it.
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