SB, a lucky escape: no chance of getting 'board' on your runs! Thank you, carterusm - all the kind comments have been much appreciated. Always wise to move across distances if you're unsure.
Great description of your coastal session, Lilytoo - I try to take best advantage of prevailing winds but they have to be faced!
SB - you've set up sound measures for dealing with a little-known illness and the quality of your running shows it can be mastered.
Coming together well, DunkyD - best wishes from me ...and a lively 10.1 miler, JT - truly 'on manoeuvres'. Sub-2 is yours next race, Dankart.
For me, 14.1 miles, mainly trail, with some private roads and an unintended tour of farm fields. U-turn back to Hightown, along the Alt estuary & Hightown coast before a stretch down the beach. Met a woman running the Polar Circle Marathon series next month!
It's so kind of you to say that, Nessie - I'll look out that book too. I value my daily run as a time to think, or *not* to think if I so choose - and the Iron Men are consummate listeners, not knowing how to judge.
Nessie, let me wish you well for tomorrow: a short, trouble-free stay & a quick return to your beloved running.