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The Wanna Blista Social Club.

Posted: Yesterday at 16:35

Right I feel a recce from Earl Sterndale coming up on Saturday - 07:47 train arrival at Buxton and 08:45 442 bus departure to ES. Anyone care to join me?

The Wanna Blista Social Club.

Posted: Yesterday at 13:22

That's good BSH weather news, j8.

What are people's opinions on turning second right to bypass Knotbury on the way down to Three Shires Head? Worth it? I've only ever turned third right through Knotbury. I plotted it on Tracklogs last night and it's a few hundred yards longer with same ascent, so only worth it if underfoot is better that that stony track from Knotbury?

The Wanna Blista Social Club.

Posted: 25/08/2014 at 12:20

Some of us have to work today.

Had a nice plod to Edale on Saturday (well, at least it was nice after the rain had stopped). 20 miles, 5 hours. Caught up with a chap called Steve on the climb to Chinley Churn. His GPS had failed so he decided to abandon his plans and tag along with me instead. It was nice to have some company. I tried the moortop approach to Edale Cross past Brown Knoll. It's good underfoot and there's less descent + ascent. Only down side is it's a mile longer, taking us past Edale Cross so we have to backtrack.

Daz you picked a better day for your recce. How did yours go?

The Wanna Blista Social Club.

Posted: 22/08/2014 at 13:36

I'm doing the BSH route to Edale tomorrow, starting from home at 07:30 and passing the Devonshire Park start around 08:00. I'll be mostly walking with perhaps a bit of jogging if the back's up to it (I pulled it last Sunday). Train back from Edale with change at New Mills. Anyone care to join me, see you at 8am at the start tomorrow.

The Wanna Blista Social Club.

Posted: 01/08/2014 at 13:28

Good sizzling again by the speedsters. I was well chuffed to be only 59 seconds outside my PB of Sizzler 2 with the Lakeland 100 still ringing true upon my being. I so wanted to go to bed beforehand but so pleased I Sizzled instead. Felt much better for it.

If you could go back in time, what would you tell your 10 year old self

Posted: 09/04/2014 at 13:19

"The future's not as scary as you fear it to be. Just let it happen. Things always work out."

Snowdonia Marathon 2014

Posted: 02/01/2014 at 12:57
jason d wrote (see)

I seem to have entered again

Don't know how but so have I. There were 2279 on the list. Stu, why aren't you one of them?

The SNOD ultra runnig thread

Posted: 20/12/2013 at 12:58

The 4th Tour de Helvellyn in nearly upon us. I'll be leaving for Askam soon. There will be rain but it should have cleared out by race start tomorrow.

GKD, hope you can make it for next year.

spen, how's it going?

Snowdonia Marathon 2014

Posted: 17/12/2013 at 18:24

Got it in one, Mr Rex. 

Snowdonia Marathon 2014

Posted: 16/12/2013 at 22:33

Hello all, stranger here doing his cow's tail act. I've just uploaded the photos I took at this year's race (I'm a busy boy).

Nick's SNOD 2013 photos.

Do you recognise anyone?

Who was that who'd just overtaken me when I was on my mid-race photo shoot?

Naughty Stu let the Paleo side down with that shameless gorging on the sugary sweet delights of the Pantri on Friday evening. It did him some good though, judging by his indecent turn of speed next day. 

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