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Cal nice Parkrun, nice way to spend a Saturday seeing different runs, our RD this week loves jumping on a plane for a day and going to various parkruns over UK and Ire. Well done on the 22 miles, can only dream of running that far at present.
Ian a slower run with friends (family) is a nice way to get some extra low impact miles in, I don't often run with people but makes a nice break when I do. Congratulations on the 1st 60, I've only hit it a few times but usually due to racing.
Shades you call 772ft is flat for 20 miles?!?! Half that I consider it undulating lol.
Was considering doing my 1st run for a couple of weeks on Saturday either volunteering at Parkrun then running half (one lap) then giving out tokens. I left my Dad's birthday present also some of the food in the fridge so opted to drive to the gym and then pick it up instead, had one class booked (spin) and one on waitlist, the waitlist didn't clear so did a few stretched then tried a 2 mile run. Foot felt a bit tight at times did some stretching after and some core work and felt okish.
Sunday foot was fine, needed to go to the shop for a couple of bits, decided to extend the journey and ran there 4.3 slow miles (9.31 pace) but no aggravation.
Feeling confident about the half in a couple of weeks (don't think i'll continue to the full).
Big G, sad about the boats, people relying on them for a living. Seen that there was a bit of hail too.
Shades, I'm not afraid of the hills when I hit the trails, DD will be different.
Had a look at train prices, am now considering getting the sleeper service arrives at 4.30 (mcdonalds and asda both open) then get the 8pm or 8.24 train back. Can get for £70 at the moment but it's only £103 if I buy last minute and wont mind that if I'm not paying for accommodation.
50th Parkrun planned on Saturday only 2 months after originally planned.