Bedford parkrun

Today, I met up with Fortnight Flo at Bedford parkrun.  Two and a half gently undulating tarmac laps.  A pleasant relief after last week’s hill climb at Ashton Court.

And check out these splits! 

  • Mile 1: 11:11
  • Mile 2: 11:10
  • Mile 3: 11:02
  • The smidge at the end: 8:03

How evenly paced is that!

Afterwards Fortnight Flo treated me to a hot chocolate and a gingerbread man to celebrate 50 parkruns.  I favour the arms then legs then torso then head approach to gingerbread men, though it appears Flo goes for the arguably more humane head first approach.  Which made me wonder.  How do you eat yours?


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11 Responses to Bedford parkrun

  1. Shaz says:

    Legs first! Great even run wel done on that and the 50, do you get a shirt now.

  2. Limbs first!
    Congratulations on 50 parkruns

  3. sooozie says:

    Well done for doing 50 parkruns!

  4. cmmercer says:

    Gotta be limbs first, every time 🙂 But then i go for the head before the torso!! Congrats on 50 runs!!!

  5. plustenner says:

    fantastic!!!! huge congratulations, and who better to celebrate with than the lovely fortnightflo 🙂

  6. fortnightflo says:

    Exactly Alma it is the best way to eat them. Congrats and thanks again!

  7. Maggiee says:

    Only just read this… Well done on 50!!! Woop! As for gingerbread men, I always go for thr head first approach 🙂

  8. zoecakes says:

    Congratulations on the Big ‘5-0’ 🙂
    (and the consistent splits!)

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