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23/05/2003 at 06:11
Morning Peeps

You don't mean to say I have managed to post one of these Threads before anyone else!!! It's gonna be a good day.

23/05/2003 at 06:14
Today is a slow, gentle 5-miler. If all goes well, I can categorically say, my injuries are no more!!!
23/05/2003 at 06:38
Good for you, RRR

Well, I must make chocolate cake at midnight more often. there is a fantastic aroma in the kitchen this morning! :-)
23/05/2003 at 06:52
decided not to go running
feel guilty already
off to cardiff tonight
23/05/2003 at 06:59
Mornign everyone, have a wonderful day
23/05/2003 at 08:04
Ello everybody <waves>

Run Rabbit "Well done"

Scamper "mmmmmmmmmmm chocolate cake"

Hippo "don't feel guilty , enjoy Cardiff"

Helen " Morning and thank you , you too"
23/05/2003 at 08:07
Morning all!!

If not running is something to feel guilty about then I've been guilty for the last couple of weeks :(

"Friendship Fun" has a naughty ring to it somehow (tee hee) or is that just my dirty mind!
23/05/2003 at 08:11
Guilty as charged , nurse take him down
23/05/2003 at 08:28
It's a step up combine with a bit of a break - I don't think walking's as tough as running. I'd say try a run of 8-9 again.
23/05/2003 at 08:32
Yeah - go on EP!
23/05/2003 at 08:40
yeah why not - if my footsies bettwe by next year
23/05/2003 at 08:46
Hadrian's Wall is definitely on my agenda, Pixie. I'd have liked to walk it in 4 or 5 stages with Kevin this summer, but she'd not sure she wants a walking holiday. If Mr V-rap and I can hive the other kids off to the grannies for a week, she might be more willing to come along with both of us. Wonder how long it will take before the Great Hadrian's Wall Trail Race becomes an annual fundraising event.
23/05/2003 at 08:54
Isn't Hadrian's Wall on the nether side of the border?

I've been to lots of different parts of it and walked some stretches in the past, but it would be nice to do the lot - as 20-ish miles a day with a bit of time to look at the forts and camps, and a decent meal and a bed with a roof over it every night. And luggage transfer.
23/05/2003 at 09:02
Morning all! - 84 miles???. Feel tired just thinking about it. Actually, I just feel tired full stop - had a rotten night last night with about 3 hours kip and I'm afraid the old Touche Eclat just aint working on the old dark circles this morning......grumpy old bag alert....
23/05/2003 at 09:04
hello everyone

blimey, not even 9am and youre talking about walking 84 miles...! my knees still hurting from trying to keep up at the club run yesterday!

23/05/2003 at 09:17
morning all... realised as I was walking in to work this morning that I don't have to be in on Monday so cheered up considerably!!

Went for a short run last night and felt good so am looking forward to the next one now...

84miles? - 'bring it on'!!!!
23/05/2003 at 09:22
Hello, girls! Katy, darling, you look just wonderful even after a sleepless night but you're not leaving this house with all that gunk plastered to your face. And let me look behind your ears...

84 miles is less than the distance that Benz will have covered in marathons by the middle of June. It could be a great activity holiday even if it's too long for a race.
23/05/2003 at 09:27
Awww Mum............!!!

84 miles is still awesome. I'm psyching myself up for my 10k on Monday - haven't run all week (bad, bad, bad) and the friend I'm going to stay with in Manchester will no doubt have some wild nights out planned for us - I fear the worst.....
iron fraggle    pirate
23/05/2003 at 09:29

23/05/2003 at 09:30
You'll be fine, Katy. If your old mother could manage a 5-mile PB after spending the entire night walking around London dressed in a bra and not much else, a young lass like you should have no problem galloping round a 10K after a heavy weekend. Just make sure you remember to take matching underwear in case you get knocked down by a bus during the race.
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