It was cold and I could have done without the wind increasing as the morning passed, especially with my last two miles being into it but I had one of those amazing, 'isn't this glorious, I could just keep going forever' runs. A quick refuel, into the bath to defrost and then it will be lunchtime
Hope you're feeling better soon emzap.
You seem to have made the most of your half term Donaldo.
Hope you enjoyed the x-country OH and that you had a good long run too Oliver.
Enjoy parkrun Oliver - and anyone else participating.
Is it your x-country today or tomorrow Dusitn?
There is a small local half marathon on the 6th March, multi terrain and 200m gain over the out and back course. Can't decide whether it's worth doing or not. I'll probably be having an easier week the week before that as we are due to o away for a long weekend but would try to fit longer runs in Tuesday and Thursday of that week so wouldn't exactly be going into it fresh.
What: short and easy Why: there may be cake Last hard: keeping warm may be hard Last rest: 9/1
emzap - I have a very nice lemon polenta cake recipe - if you'd like it message me your email and I'll send it over. It gets better over a few days and is lovely with a little creme fraiche.
I'm not on strava so won't be playing bingo, sorry.
I tend to just have a rough idea of what I'd like to achieve - not very goal orientated I'm afraid, and would never remember to cut and paste the list!
Lovely photograph Donaldo.
That doesn't sound like good news on the work front OH but the daylight run post-work definitely is.
Keep an eye on it Dustin, hopefully something simple like lacing or as you say trail shoes on roads. Which reminds me - haven't received the pair of shoes I won, must chase that up soon, it's been three weeks since the emailed.