Posted: 09/06/2016 at 11:24
Shades - sorry you didn't get to finish DD, but glad your legs are ok now. I don't think I would be much good on those hills. After Yeovil last year I remember talking with a girl from Ely and we both decided that Yeovil was quite hilly .
mamafox - another good time from you despite not being 100%. Well done
Lily - that looks like a gorgeous place for a holiday, very relaxing
Ian - a cracking pace for 5 miles . You should do well in your 10k.
Big G - that's some cake! Did people want the piece with their name on?
Louey - I've seen my trail shoes on the Sweatshop website - at £25 more than I usually pay! but I would really like to try something else. I'm very much a ditherer when it come to buying kit (spend ages comparing stuff and then usually end up with something I eventually don't like )
Well done to parkrunners for last Saturday. My eldest daughter has been getting back into a bit of running and some gym work. She did her first parkrun for ages last Saturday and then spent all weekend moaning about the aches . She's taken her class on a short residential trip, so I've had to bring her horse in from the field for the last 3 days. There is some good, easy off-road running around the stables so it had advantages. I'm also in charge of her dog until Friday. She usually takes him for a 25min walk before work, but this morning he took me out for over an hour (before breakfast!). Nice and cool then though, it's heated up now so I expect his lunchtime walk will be a bit shorter .