Wow, amazing stuff for Scott, Westie! A mere 2.40. It took me longer than that to do a half! Hope Tony's eye is getting less painful.
Meldy, 60 miles when you weren't feeling fantastic is truly wonderful.
Chuggy, that is surprising about the King's song. They should have had a 'Cloggies got talent' song contest.
((((SUE)))) for tomorrow.
Pippi, I can't see the attraction of Madrid over the Pennine Way
Noggy, what a great ride for yourself and Mrs HL. Like Chuggy says she must be brave to even consider going for a ride with an athlete such as yourself.
Sluggie, I hope your afternoon of entertaining went down well with the cyclist
Yums, do you think no2 will be jumping up and down when he discovers the trampoline is no longer there? (sorry couldn't resist)
Well I had a brilliant time on the bike ride. The weather really was perfect, clear and sunny but not TOO warm. One lady who is in her early 50's with special needs and a bit of physical disability cycled on a trike for about 2 - 2.5 miles yesterday. She tootled along at about 3 mph and started off being terrified of the slightest up or down hill slope. We kept her going though despite a small tantrum fairly early on.
Another girl who has physical and mental disabilities kept going for most of the 17.5 miles yesterday and just had a little rest on the van between two of the points. She did most of the 10.5 miles return today too. The track wasn't easy going either with lots of holes, stones, branches and loose shale. I struggled at times, so what the group achieved was amazing.
We were staying in a Youth Hostel right next to Whitby Abbey so when we went out last night we had to go down the 199 steps into town and back up again afterwards. We did the same again this morning. So apart from one of the lads in the next room knocking on my room door at 6.30am to ask me what time breakfast was and again at 7.00am, 7.15am and 7.30am we all had a great time.
Crept in quietly while everyone is in bed but accidentally lost the post I was writing. Idiot!
Anyway (((((Snaily and Snaunty))))) what an absolutely awful diagnosis after what she (and the rest of the family) has been through. Your philosophical approach though will at least keep your sanity.
((((Sue)))) Hope all goes well on Monday and you get satisfaction from the outcome. You seem like a very conscientious worker so let's hope that is not swept aside after all this time.
Have only read back a couple of days so (((((())))))) to anyone who needs them.
I too have a stupid phone, it matches my personality.
I have been aquarunning three times this week (including at 7.30am this morning), walking several times, swimming once and rock climbing indoors this evening. Tomorrow I am going on a bike ride with the disabled cycling club. We are going Scarborough to Whitby but the speed will be er, very slow! A few will only do a mile or two but at least they are giving it a go. We are staying in a hostel overnight and the intention is to return by the same route on Sunday. Hope the weather keeps good for us.
Hello, Looks like there are a few germblies about. I'm fine but OH doused himself liberally internally with Mr Bells Finest yesterday (in his coffee) not sure it did anything for the cold but it put him to sleep.
Westie that walk sounded well worth the effort.
I see XB has been busy the last few days.
DL it's either too much or not enough running depending how you look at it.
Spring seems to have been delayed this year Nogs. Is it the same near you? We went to York on Easter Sunday and there was barely a daffodil to be seen. Tey are all sat waiting to explode.
I keep meaning to run but have had a bit of a niggle on the inside lower part of my knee for several weeks now. Oh and I'm in the paper today but it's not about me: