A running buffet of snow, wind and sun here. Had a couple of days of feeling really poorly but am better. A gentle 4.4miles. I can feel a pull on my chest but otherwise okay. Had to rod the drains this morning...
Great things Matt & Ness. It's a bloody long way to run Ness and you're breaking the back of some serious miles. Sometimes it can feel so physically demanding because that's exactly what it is.
Penycloddiau sounds like it should be beautiful.
You were right Cal, I have been ambushed by a real old school archetypal head cold. This virus is a traditionalist. Am countering with paracetamol and a multipack of double deckers. As Lily says nothing wrong with 11m/m. Could be worse - SEForde might pop up and tell you it was 12min/miles.
Have a good weekend everyone. I'm going to bed. Achoo...
Feel like I've a bit of cold coming and going. Runny nose today. Nevertheless, about 16miles on/off-road exploring new bridleways. Under 2hrs4 discounting stop to have a pee.
Very flattered by comments. Time has allowed some long running this week. SB - I'm usually pretty perky after a long run. It's pushing my natural pace that really fatigues me. Between running and regular gym work endurance and recovery are my strong suits. I don't run to a pace or track it on the way, only after the event. Last two 20miles road runs have been 7:40m/m. Would be too quick for a long run if I was actually training, but I'm resolutely not so can get away with it.
Realised I've never been entirely sure of the meaning of "ennui" so looked it up.