Glad to see you back MM61 - this site seems to be falling over quite a bit these days; seems it gets very little maintenance - then again with the likes of me who stopped subscribing to the magazine I guess that is not much of a surprise?
Speaking of the magazine - we have stacks of them unopened and Sweetie took one on holiday with us - articles are still as valid now as they ever were... seems we all still run just as we always used to!!
Annoying about your pack Nutty, but it is still a few weeks away, so time yet
Good training there MM61 - stonking park run with an upset stomach!
Fish and chips for us last night - weekly habit which is set to stay for a while at least... only time we get Boff Jnr to join us for an evening these days. We always eat as a family around a table, but after food he is off to his computer; with a takeaway we switch it around and eat in front of a movie, so he stays for the evening
It must be a massive event - all the better for the after party
Weather promises to brighten up towards the end of the week - no good for hay but I may cut anyway and pay a contractor to round bale and wrap it for me. Cattle will eat it although may still have to buy in for the sheep.
Yes I got your email thanks Poppy - lots of good advice there
Keep up the lemon and honey; double the whisky and you won't mind so much!
LV? I am out of the loop and have no idea what this is? Like as not you will be fine for Cardiff - at worst you will have a good day out as Cardiff is a lovely city. If you are not up for racing, it is probably still worth run walking for the miles and to help along some others who may be doing a 10k for the first time.
We moved from Caerphilly five years ago; we are now further North into the hills - we bought a small farm in Carmarthenshire! Adorable countryside although not so good for road running as all hills and narrow lanes with no street lighting or pavements / cycle paths.
Saw you posts on fb Seren - fantastic Lot of support to show walking breaks are the way to go.
I have only ever heard the saying from you Nutty - but then I am only an honourable Welshman! We had bangers, mash, peas, courgettes and gravy last night - was that a (sausage) cooked dinner too?
Are the teams single sex, ie, one Welsh ladies team of 4 and one Welsh mens team of 4 in each age category? Do they use a combined time for the teams to determine the finishers positions? Sounds like an absolute blast - I hope you win selection
Still struggling to get hay in - I think we are going to have to buy it in this year and just graze the fields instead.