Too fat to run now

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09/01/2013 at 06:24

I can still see windscreen wipers in front of my eyes but other than that I'm ok thanks Speedy.

09/01/2013 at 09:08

Speedy sounds a very sensible goal.

Limper this is for you


09/01/2013 at 13:18

I'm surprised that TT has not posted the latest Eagle photo that he sent me!

09/01/2013 at 14:05

RE vs Sandhurst Jog



09/01/2013 at 14:05

Its ok They are only playing, tickle the tummy 

09/01/2013 at 18:20

Lethal when provoked.

09/01/2013 at 22:09

 would never do that

10/01/2013 at 06:26

Experimentally provokes Eagle....

10/01/2013 at 07:34


Did you  like the horsie hug

10/01/2013 at 19:24

Yes thank you Tippy. I prefer my Tip and Eagle hugs though 

10/01/2013 at 21:11

Evening everyone . How are you all?

10/01/2013 at 22:41

Tired. Headache. Low.

11/01/2013 at 19:19

Evening all. Sorry for lack of recent posts, it has been a bit hectic.  Was going to take body pump easy last never happens.  Really enjoyed it and worked hard.  Resting up now ready for the RnT with Tiptoes on Sunday.  Looks like it could be cold, don't mind that.

12/01/2013 at 10:29

Good luck for tomorrow boys. Enjoy.

13/01/2013 at 08:37
Nearly time to collect RE for our trip to Pewsey.
Looks like a cold one for us so will have to make sure RE is wrapped up warm, we have to look after the old ones you know.
13/01/2013 at 10:44

Pop him in a snuggle bag and a woolly hat.

13/01/2013 at 15:39
The grand old duke of York.
He had 10,000 men
He marched them up to the top of the hill
Then he marched them down again.
What a lovely day , good company, nice route, , no ducks and only 1 swear word.
13/01/2013 at 16:37
Run report.
The views were beautiful.
We set of on a slippery road to the first iccle hill, after putting away the ropes and crampons we went through a small lake.
Slip sliding away, down a ravine over hillock and down dale to a rather impressive site, the big one.
With the ski lift being out of order, we started the climb, with smiles on our faces and hearts lifted.
Once at the top and after a gentle jog the fall on the other side, long and steep but worth the effort.
A jog later we found ourselves wading in over ankle deep water which to be polite would have the temperature to cool a lovely bottle of wine., wading away to a mile to go we went down the ravine again, then all that was left were 2 stiles and a warm welcome.
A toughie but a good day out.
13/01/2013 at 16:57

I slab of cake downed, showered, 2 glasses of mulled wine down, thawed my feet out now.  The mud could take some days to remove from my toenails.  XC shoes hosed out. Mrs E has din dins in the oven.

We were warned when the announcer said to the assembled runners " the conditions today are the worst we have ever had2. Lakes? There were several, and yes the water was cold, and on the last long one was half way up my shins (I'm only iccle).  Decided to take a closer inspection of the ground conditions on the second passage down the ravine.  Left hip took the blow but all will be well.

What an experience - a toughie as Tiptoes has said, a real challenge for me, but I enjoyed 90% of it.  The only swear word concerned a fellow runner who 'got our goat' with a comment with about 3 miles to go.  Quote from me near the end as 2 lady Poole runners came past us " I don't mind so long as we beat the B*std in red" and we did.  

Thank youMuch owed to Tiptoes for his continued support & comradeship. You know how much it means.


13/01/2013 at 17:05
When they were up they were up.
We is a good team.
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