TP - out in it too, and in running clothes, but more layers of them than you can imagine and I was quite fine. Not making much headway when into the wind though!
Worse was driving to the airport last night in a really heavy hail shower, couldn't see a thing and was crawling along!
Been awol a week or two, trip to Manchester to see Peter's Dad in hospital combined with ferry trip from hell last weekend! Glad to hear that you are feeling better TP and hope everyone else is fine. Not much on the horizon for me until next year. Would potentially be interested in DOTH too if fit, prev need for support was keeping me away from it. But need to be free from injury.
Hoping to hear more about your volcano experience FFB but you did really well!
Running ticking over, routes a bit limited with no daylight and having to work more to make up for a wee bit of time off to go south.
Speaking of choc just won two boxes in a guess no of marbles in a jar thing at weekend!
TP - sounds nasty and you've been ill for quite a while. Hope it is just a bug, worth getting a doc to take a look at you?
Nice day here, legs still tired from GO though. 9 miles with the gang and then an hour on the bike to give my stumpy legs a rest! Followed by coffee and scones with running friends. Not a bad way to spend a Saturday!
I guess it means all the uphill bits are now in the second half tricia!
TBH a bit put off by the changes though I can see why, but I've booked accommodation in Callander and have no idea how to get to and from start and finish by public transport. Plus not really being fit. Should I just stay at home?
Oh and just to complicate things my running backpack has fallen apart!