What: RNLI cox's retirement buffet danceWhy: 30y serviceLast rest: todayLAst hard: MondayLyrics: no
straycelt and LMH Go...
Pammie, hope your bike can be fixed! Those Steffny books aren't particularly good. I wouldn't waste time on them. Somehow English language running books are much better (like P&D and Daniels). If I followed one of them Germany training plans I'd be nowhere near where I'm now. Not enough mileage, not enough specifics.
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Straycelt - well done on the Movember. Back in the 70's (Oh God, he's on about the decade that fashion forgot...again!) I had the full Dave Bedford set of 'tash, 'boards and frizzed (natural..honest) hair.....and of course minimalist running shoes (addidas SL72s)......was I cool, or what?
aaaargh! So you looked like them 118118 dudes ?? Well, I ended up with an easy run last night as the fog had returned but got a 10k pace pyramid in this morning. Jeez, but I really really can't do fast at the mo Enjoy the weekend!
Don't do it Tom!
Enjoy OH. Hope you don't get too bad a case of ear ache
Chickadeee - I just don't do fast. Full Stop. Hence racing a little more really.
It's a very civilised start tomorrow - 1100hrs - so I should be around beforehand but thank you for the good wishes.
LMH/Straycelt good luck tomorrow
Chickadee yep have them books too.
Phone call from bike shop bike is ready to go will pick him up tomorrow morning
Tom - I feel your pain! It feels so good to be able to hang in there even for a short while. Maybe you better do your long run easy tomorrow, and be ready for more fun on the shorter run next week.
What: No run from me, but walk to the park with gdaughter and Mae,
Why: I have had my 3yr old gdaughter all week, during the day, as my daughter and 13 year old gdaughter have been on school camp. Very difficult to explain to a 3 year old where Mummy is. It must have felt like "tomorrow" would never come!
So, very little running from me this week.
LMH and stray : Aw ra best.
Gobi: Nice to hear from you mate.
Tom: 118 indeed.
Lyrics seemed familiar, but a Google was needed.
A grey day here. Managed a 5 mile run on arrival home. Better than nothing.I'm leading out the Group 2 cyclists tomorrow, and it's going to persist it down all morning. I may elect to go for a plan B involving a coffee and cake stop.
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