Glutes! The bane of my life. It was a glute/porker combo that snuffed out Streak v. 1.0
Am liking the environmental nature of posts recently: weather, wildlife and obscure routes.
I'm a tad off colour atm, with a cough and slightly laboured breathing at times, so it was 2.4 miles to the prom & back. The Overseer of Streaks must know how close I am to topping v. 1.0
I can recommend a seat on *that* wagon: I've not shifted from it for over 35 years - was most partial to a snifter or ten prior to that.
Suppose it's another Streak of sorts.... Day 1305 on the run
Thanks, all, for the kind wishes. Just need to stay vertical for another fortnight....
Good miles there, Nessie - when's your next event?
Lloyd: enjoy the improvement that will come with regular training.
Very impressive mileage record, DunkyD.
1820 Out late for 11.2 off-road miles to the Baths, Coastguard Stn, Hightown and back via Sefton Coastal Path, the beach & the 2 lakes.
Ye, Nessie, enrolment in full swing here in Bootle, L20. Much competition and a distinct insecurity if targets are not met. Great names for your kitten-cats!
birkmyre, that mag will be a collector's item!
Give those Lancs a dig from me, SB!
Have a great break, DD.
Y'day & today: 5.2 miles around Rimrose Country Park at 7am and an uncomfortably pacey 2.8 miles - Marin, prom, Baths & back at 5.45pm.
6.50am today: enjoyable 5.3 miles to Serpentine, down beach, past the lakes & home over the coastal park.
Day 1300 negotiated!
Ye, cooler this a.m. on the beach, where the absence of the seagull breakfast meeting was noted. After a 5-minute dousing, I ran in cheerful sunshine, relishing the gentle breeze. 5.3 miles today.
Scary efforts, Dunky
...and would you be the Midnight Rambler, JT?
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