Cheers, SB. I tend to get stuck in the tramlines of 5 miles a day, so 2 hours is reachable and usually quite pleasant. Rarely if ever race. A bit creaky after y'day's trails & sand hills: up to the Coastguards' and back down the beach with a grand tail wind! 5.3 miles.
Jack - upping mileage may aggravate an injury, so wise to kick back a bit.
The mighty Nessie has returned and is celebrating! Super holibobs report too.
A speedy HM, Martin - good news knee wise too. And well done, Ruth: little more honest than hill work, is there?
My shower hell only lasted 10 minutes, after which the wind was a fairly friendly companion and the sun lifted my spirits. Through sleepy Blundellsands and along the golf course trail before picking up rougher paths with ill-tempered gorse to the Alt estuary. Return leg down the beach quite pacey + wind. 14.2 miles. Day 1295 ticked off.
Mega mileage, JT - perhaps reel it back a bit? And some great off roading too, DunkyD.
That's a really novel theme for a club run, Jack - hope there were photos/vid/both.
+ 1 for Jo Pavey - just gets on with it.
Day 1292 struggled to be a 5-miler and I can't work out where I lost the distance, as I thought I'd gone parallel to an existing route. Park, railway path, coastal park, Marina, up the beach - of course - & home via the Baths & cycle track. Bertha's wind is dying down now