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I think you've made your mind up, Cal...as long as you finish no worse.
A much more comfortable 4 miles at 7am than yesterday. I am coming to the conclusion that a ten-hour gap between outings simply isn't enough. A full 24 hours between yesterday's & today's run makes for more comfortable and less stressful training. Cool, a light breeze, much dog walking and a stretch of sand hills - just because I could.
Putting in some well varied training, Nessie: I loved this phrase - 'a small group of great women'.
A promising race calendar, Hazel. Early hours running? Set your watch to 7.30am when you run! It's awkward adjusting to a much earlier time: set your alarm for 3.30am, get up and have a cuppa.
Ye, Cal, I assume Upper Parliament Street is included. Steady does it & keep stretching.
Theory on why certain dogs bark at me when I'm running: I watched a dog + owner competition last Monday and it came up that dogs saw yellow and blue best of all. My regular running jackets are.....