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Over 60s training.

Posted: Today at 10:29

Columba - I don't know why I added that on here, but it's in my notes about that painting. I don't remember exactly where but it was a painting showing my techniques to a group of enthusiasts most likely at a meeting of an art group somewhere.

al

Over 60s training.

Posted: 16/04/2015 at 22:24

http://alanshelley.co.uk/a3032.jpg

 Kentish Countryside (demonstration)

Over 60s training.

Posted: 10/04/2015 at 23:46

TS - your aubretia is a bit ahead of ours although we do have a few flowers on it, we have masses of primroses though, more than last year. They started flowering in November and are just about at their peak I'd judge. Did you have to wait long for the peacock or did you rush out camera at the ready as soon as you saw him?

My weight seems to have settled down at half a stone more than it was when I was running 15+ miles per week.

al

Over 60s training.

Posted: 10/04/2015 at 08:49

Ceal - I bet your diary is not as wavy as my calendar where stuff keeps falling off

http://s3.runnersworld.co.uk/members/images/79486/gallery/p1030567.1.jpg?width=350

 al

Over 60s training.

Posted: 09/04/2015 at 09:07

http://alanshelley.co.uk/a3031.jpg

 Something seasonal!

Over 60s training.

Posted: 09/04/2015 at 09:01

Well I never...

Over 60s training.

Posted: 09/04/2015 at 08:59

Columba - Ceal has invited me to come and I'd love to be there to meet up with folks, but it's early yet for me to accept as the the calendar is very wavy around that area at present.

al

PS
I wrote this yesterday evening but forgot to click it.

Over 60s training.

Posted: 07/04/2015 at 15:01

Ceal - it was just because nothing had been posted since yesterday evening and I didn't have Christine's post up until after I had posted. Then it managed to sneak in in front of of mine.

I'll eat my words if you like but please cook them up into a nice savoury something or other.

al

Over 60s training.

Posted: 07/04/2015 at 08:24

Good morning

It looks as though this thread has hit the wall

I actually got up, got out and "ran".

05:33 4°C
3.25M; 46:51.17; 14:25/M;
1 14:49.3 1.00 14:49 150 156
2 14:25.4 1.00 14:25 152 160
3 14:36.6 1.00 14:37 149 158
4 02:59.9 0.25 11:56 149 164
HR av150 max164

No records broken, no pb gained, but I did it (for the first time in 3 three weeks!). Put the flags out, or would that be flames?

al

Over 60s training.

Posted: 05/04/2015 at 17:50

Pammie - Nice to see a post from you again. How are you keeping? Interesting how you're building yourself back up. 15 milers eh? Good stuff I'm gradually winding down I'm afraid. I should be training up for VLM - it was my intention to do one last one to celebrate my 80th but they didn't want me and that virtually knocked the bottom out for me. I scaled down to 3 milers 3 times a week, then twice a week and that often turned into once only, then nonce. Now I haven't run for about three weeks and seem to have lost the knack of waking up to go out at 5:15am. So I can't call myself a runner any more, not that I ever was really, but I keep in touch on here, just about. 

All the best to you and may God bless you in all you do.

al

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