Legs were a bit tired today, so I decided to go for a swim, only to find the pool shut for decontamination. The alternative of a struggled run appealed less than amputation. As it was a nice evening, I went for a decent bike ride (20 miles in 1:13). Good exercise.
I saw some of Gobi's blog entries and links to U-Tube videos. One had him doing some pack race round a shortish track. Head down and arse up, definitely. Then he got treated like he was a pack riding novice and they just devoured him. I think that's why he's got stuck into it, because he doesn't like getting beaten.
Lyrics? Yesterday, I thought they were familiar.Today: I have got the words and tune, so does that count?
Happy birthday to all those having them...
Hello all and what a lot to catch up on. Well done all you endurance athletes. I am in awe of the biking/swimming/long runs.Nice was fantatsic fun. Part of the Rock'n'Roll series and just a 10 miler. Ran 1.32 as was under strict instructions not to go faster until further notice!!! Carnaval du Nice was on and that was a bit of a hoot. Lots of great walks, good food and v.little training...When is London?Lyrics: YesWhat: Nothing as just back from France..Why: .. and a bit jaded.Last Hard: 7th FebLast Rest: TodayHappy birthday to Miss B...good luck with the teenage years and watch out for the pvernight transformation Mr BAlehouse...hope you are still stretching
Good to see you, SC: glad Nice was nice. And thanks for the reminder about stretching: I have had other things on my mind!Sweep? Hope you are OK!Ditto, M!
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