SK - quite a demanding schedule but you seem to be coping quite well, tiredness is the curse of the distance runner
At least if the weather's bad you'll be able to get some workout done in that gym, amazing value
I hope I do inherit those genes, not sure if I'd be able to do a marathon at 94 though, I'd get an invitation to London if I was still running at that age. My Mum used to walk up to 5 miles a day until she was about 84 or so, she had a fall and broke her ankle then and never got her confidence back after that.
Jugula - good news your calf was OK last night. Running on the treadmill does mean you're running without any change in terrain or cadence and can aggravate a niggle. You may be right and needs some stretching out. Will be interesting if you take your foam roller and have your luggage searched
anniesophie - you were lucky to get your long run in before the nasty weather came in. A hot bath after a long run is so good.
Very windy this morning and cold, had to wrap up really warm, first time I've used my new fleecy neck warmer and it's so good so I was lovely and warm.
I don 't mind if BT come and dig up the road, then I won't have to pay for it but it looks like the fault is internal so I have to pay £127 and they can only define an appointment in 5 hour slot so I'll have to take time off work as holiday. But I haven't even got the appointment day yet, don't know how long they'll take to contact me.