Friends were trying to persuade me of the merits of the D33. But I'll stick with the Inverness Half again. At least if the weather is it's usual capricious self I'll be back in the warm before 90 mins are up. I hope to do Hoy again N o t A.
Talking of Orkney, sounds a bit wild up there. We have missed all the fun recently with no serious rain or wind.
I was catching up with a couple of former forumites during the week, one in the real world and one vitually. Ran with cragchick last weekend, she is still entering silly long races. Then a friend's Facebook comment on one of his friend's Timeline appeared, who turned out to be UTC. Heading off on a trip to Patagonia with the BF.
To avoid us going a month without a post: BOING!!! For want of anything else I'll be biographical.
In the last month I've made it to 100 parkruns, swapped to Event Director for a new one in Elgin and had a tough time completing a marathon in the teeth of storm Desmond. Otherwise same old same old! Oh, I also became a 'Supervet'.
An A to B route going west and north in Orkney. That'll be fun if the wind blows! I've had a summer day when the only option for a long run from Stromness was to run east and catch the bus back. Making progress back west in any kind of loop was just not possible.