Hello again, i am still in the land of the living although my racing days are over, i'm waiting for the results of an x-ray on my left knee which will dictate just what happens next.
My family problems have been dealt with and the the best possible outcome has been achieved (although not ideal)
I trust everyone is giving their best in training, given the terrible wet conditions we are all experiencing. York is suffering some of the worst floods in living memory with the Ouse over 14 feet higher than normal.
I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
Congratulations JJ, your medal for bravery is long overdue
Sadly, i need to take time out from the forum for a while, i have returned from Eastnor at the weekend to be confronted ( if thats the right word ) with some serious family matters which need to be resolved. There's not a lot else i can add at the moment other than to say i will return.
Just got back home from Tewkesbury, after completing Eastnor 8 mile multi-terrain, in some extreme muddy and hilly conditions. My legs are covered in little cuts and bruises because on the down hill sections it was difficult to stay on your feet.However a good time was had by all and the meal afterwards in the Indian resturaunt made it all worthwhile.