Posted: 02/11/2014 at 18:35
Cheers UDS, looks like we'll be ok for numbers given there's still so long to go! And no need to get home so a wander with T Rex is on the cards
Running Eye, Pantri is open to all, looking forward to seeing you in there next year.
Brer, best wishes to OH. Only 40? Been taking it easy?
Chrissi, road is two legs, trail is four
Had a week of children. Mrs C and my 'children' have always been of the 4 legged variety. I'm ok to wind them up for a few hours and walk away, Mrs C would prefer to just walk away!
I suppose I made a rod for myself by playing with them with full gusto on those occasions when I've seen them. Going full bore with them day after day was absolutely knackering. Doing a double SNOD a day would be easier. I have a new found respect for parents. Consequently my running has taken a back seat this week.
They went this morning so managed to get out this afternoon. Nothing much, a 10k route from Longshaw, along Burbage South & North, over Higger Tor to Surprise View and back over to Longshaw. It did include some rough paths, mud, heather bashing, a bit of ascent, and glorious views. I hope I never take living close to the Peak District for granted.
Legit round Lathkil next w/end, S.Yorks XC at Doncaster the weekend after and Clowne Half the weekend after that, (Same day as Mrs C's Birthday. Oops....).