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So glad someone else started this, this year
I promise I did
I just want to make it to the start line next year.
Well done, panad- and the right spelling We were concerned that we'd have to abort the post race celebrations to start the new thread. Ok, so that's not strictly true!!
Got to say that the post SNOD party is becoming as big a part of the calendar as the race itself- lol!
OK, sat here in post hols reverie and obviously not thinking straight ... but count me in for next year ... as long as you promise to leave the lights for me to finish !!!
(living in North Wales means that I have to do it some time ... and really .. just how hard can it be ! )
I'm in. I'm in.
Well I will be come January 1st.......
It's easy Bruce. I mean according to my Garmin it's a downhill race by about 48 feet.....
365 days and counting (i think)
......................................emm........do i wont to do this again???......Dam right I'm in!!
Me too Are you going to do Chester again next year, TR39?
Where's the list?
Hey guys, shop's open for business again..happy days What an awesome day! It was brilliant to meet up with you after all this time..our caravan power came back on at 9.40! Hope you all had a great 'rest of the evening'!
Well, back in sunny Midlands now..find it so difficult to believe at times that such ferocious weather goes on only 120 miles away.
Anyone know what time it's on tonight?
BTW...am I going back next year??? TOO RIGHT, BRING IT ON!!!!
Did TRex go a wandering last night..oh no, what tales will he have?
JD Yep Chester too, 3:30 for sure next year!!!
Brer glad power came back on!! good seeing you last night
Frodo, thanks ... had a feeling that statement may well come back and bite me seriously on the bum!!
Chimney, I'm liking that course summary .. should be on for a fast time then
TR39 / Jason D, is the date for Chester out yet ? (this could get complicated ... and not to mention painful!!)
Ahem. Since this is the SNOD 2012 thread, the usual excellent crop of pictures from last year's race can be found on Alastair Tye's site.
Well done everyone. Some great race times and reports.
My brood all loved the long weekend - we managed to fit in some horse riding, a trip into electric mountain, and a (recovery? waddling!) walk round the waterfalls before heading home. And they rode the lake railway and dropped into the slate museum whilst we got soaked on saturday.
Alas, my poor last few training runs showed and I drifted off the pace between Beddgelert and Waunfawr so finished 1min50s outside my 4hr target. B******* ! Oh to have been 4s per mile quicker. Still, pleased to have stayed on pace over "the beast" and to have knocked 6min off last years time. There's always next year to go sub-4 ....
Did ayone else find it funny coming over the final hill in the wind and driving rain? It was like a scene from Strickly Come Dancing ... lots of people wearing bright gear all moving in a neat line, sudden gust of wind and we all took 3 paces left in perfect time.