Hey Tricky - why shouldn't you? BTW, can't see a photo of you there. Get Maus to break out the camera when she gets there. On second thoughts.......best not.
AS90 - hi. Paris was my first too - after being rejected from London. Next year will be my third time (Paris and rejection ) - does that give you an idea of what it's like?
The course is mainly flat, a couple of inclines on the exits of some underpasses. The sights are stunning - don't forget to look (I know one person who missed the Eiffel Tower !! - you lurking Sean?)
The support from the locals is great. There are some quiet bits but there are some incredible bits too.
And then there's this forum. This bunch of people are like a second family.
Yes, we talk about running a bit but we also talk about lots of other things from the best technology to how to take a leak in the pens without being spotted.
And when we get to Paris the fun really starts.
Stick around, join in. Ask any question you can think of.
Oh, and post your Bib number and pen and the List Fairy will update the runners list.
Hi Leggy - welcome.
I really was planning to go for a run, this evening - as the wind had died down a bit. However, when it got home and found a large chunk of one of our trees blocking the pavement I decided against it.
Pavement cleared, staying in now
We've seen the photo !!!
KS - when you have an odd moniker (Case in point: mine) it's often best to trying to Jingle-fy it by fitting it into a Xmas-y phrase.
"Gold, Frankinsense and KeyserSuze", "Rocking around the KeyserSuze" etc
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