Lyrics - Born down in a dead man town.
Good news RFJ.
How did you feel it went birks? When will you hear?
What: swim/bike fit/short, easy run if I can fit it inWhy: new bike needs to fitLast hard: 30/6Last rest: 27/4
What: lacrosse trainingWhy: it's ThursdayLast rest: 20/6Lyrics: yes
Lyrically appropriate, LMH!
What: something this evening...will have to just happen
Why: marshalling at the first of the club's 5k series so will do what I can when I can!
hello all, lyric - yep, and very apt. Can't stand this singer though.Yesterday were Madness: 'Night boat to Cairo'what - maybe easy 2 or 3, maybe rest upwhy - no rush to add miles, plus U11 coaching tonightlast rest - Sundaylast hard - SaturdayI am surprised at how well the legs held up after Saturday: no soreness, no blisters, no aches. That said I'm not rushing to build miles up.
Morning you lot
I slept in today...
The Interview went okay thanks for asking you lot I will hear by tomorrow if got job or not.
Lyrics: Oh Yes. Great song and singer.
Dustin: Good band from yesterday too.
Catch up time.
At least you don't have to wait too long to find out birks - will keep sending positive vibes your way!
Great news that you've recovered so well Dustin - what's the next target?
OH - have a couple of easy days before the race.
2.1k swum and 6 miles run. Lunch then off for my bike fit.
oh shame I should have known yesterdays lyrics, and I will say the same about today's....
dustin nice one re legs
lmh, nice busy day!
birkmyre, fingers crossed for you
raced last night, hilly off road 5 in 44.40, I was pleasantly pleased and surprised. Didn't give max effort either because -
what: 5k at Battersea park, club league race more important than last night, aim is to 8mm
why: busy race week
last hard: last night
last easy: Tuesday
have a g ood day all
aha! I have todays lyrics!
nice one, Wabo!emzap: must have felt great to be the fastest by farRFJ: great news re. knee and fast 400s keeping my fingers crossed, birks - not long to go until you find out...what: 9 miles easywhy: did hard yesterdaylast hard: see abovelast rest: 24/6lyrics: hell yeah - and perfect for today
It's turned out warm and sunny up here this afternoon.
Didn't get job I went for yesterday.
I received good feedback though from one of the people interviewing me.
Been humming away todays song whilst weeding in garden !
Shame about the job Birks, there will be more.Lyrics: At last, and singularly appropriate. I would have chosen the same.
Yay, got my bike back. Apparently I'd worn out the bottom bracket. There are less technical and more accurate phrases relating to what I'd done to the front mech. The headset was a little worn, and the wheels have been trued. Apart from that it just needed adjusting properly. Anyone would think I'd been using it for the past 18 months.I think I'll use it right now.
Obviously not the right one birks but hope that you don't have to wait too much longer for that one to turn up.
20 miles bike and it's humming like it was new. MUCH better.
Mind you, the same plonkers are still out there. Today's winner of the Plonker of the Day award was a pedestrian who, on an empty road, paced his road crossing perfectly on collision timing with my 20mph aero ride. I could see that we had a constant closure angle from the moment he set foot across the carriageway.
They just don't get how fast you're going on a bike Blisters - the old dears with the walking sticks who see you coming then step out into the road terrify me!
what 10 ish commutewhy bike at worklyrics stupidly no (googled)
Birks sorry about your interview
Blisters my standard LSR is roughley 21.5 or 15.5 give or take minor detours for traffic crossings. Both follow the ring road but the longer ones peels off to enclose a local village.
Ran 15ish into work yesterday to kick off this campaigns mid week long run element. Took the family off to the pictures straight after work so by the time we had got home and eaten it was too late to surf t'internet.
nice running Postie and biking Blisters
7.25m for me tonight after work as was in Bristol, so late home and no club again.
Sorry have been walkabout or busy at work with stocktake and other things.
Dustin just read back Have to say well done a bit of over distance then hope you've recovered now
Wabo Hope Battersea went well
Blisters glad you've got your bike back bet you felt lost without it
Birks Sorry about job
What: 10km cycle Why have a 10km coming up soon and wanted to see how far and back I would have to goLast Hard: running none for agesLyrics Yes I believe he has done some running in the past
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