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Lakeland 100 has been my focus pretty much all year and with one misstep it has been taken away from me. When I think of the time that I devoted to learning the terrain: the evenings at pretty much each … Continue reading
There’s a portrait of me in our attic. It’s in the middle of a monumental hissy fit, has destroyed everything within touching distance and is looking around for more stuff to throw. I’m hoping it finds what it needs because … Continue reading
It’s amazing what you learn at youth hostels. Last night, for example, I learned* that there are three different types of fun. Type 1: fun at the time Type 2: not fun at the time, but fun when you look … Continue reading
Last visit to the lakes. Last very long run. Last run with pack. Last parkrun. There are four weekends between now and race day. Four training farewells. Four. Where did the time go?
We met halfway up Kirk Fell, where the grassy slope makes way for loose rubble. We left the boundary together, but a few minutes later she decided that the path I was taking was decidedly iffy and headed off to … Continue reading
Plus some sheeps for Andy B