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... thighs were those hills were brutal!! My thighs screamed and I suffered. I was so relieved with each downhill or flat to be able to run again and often overtook the more cautious but they soon sped past me on the climbs. Had Roseberry Topping not given me the power to climb! I only smiled to support other runners or to fool the supporters into thinking I was enjoying myself.I didn't ast long in my waterproof as I warmed up very quickly. Luckily Ravenscar came quicker than ...
... bed that instead of the usual roll together honeymoon beds as in most places, it had a devorcee roll away bed which made getting out of bed in the morning easy, just lean a little bit to one side and the floor would quickly greet you. On towards Filey on the East coast near Scarborough and Whitby.It would seem that fries or chips in England are the must have accessories with everything, more prevalant than roundabouts, fish and chip shops are everywhere. We had ...
... us round. After a lovely night out with the Pudsey Pacers last night it's time to party with the LBT tonight. Looking forward to the end of season vets race tomorrow.
The sky had been clear on the drive over so we hoped the weather forecast was wrong.Jon's race brief went on too long again as usual. We cheered when he said the marathon was 28 miles, booed when the half was only 13.2 and we pleased that the 10k was in fact 8 miles. The ...
... All good fun. We spotted some Goths who were already making their way into town all dressed up, looks like this was going to be a fun Friday.
The wedding was to be a Gothic one and we all had to look the part...normally I'm not one for dressing up but when needs be....... It took us a while to get geared up but eventually we were all ready. The Gin & Tonics were at hand from 11.30am and so we enlivened our livers for an hour. We all took ...
Set off northwards. Reached the Humber Bridge and had a picnic lunch sitting out overlooking the bridge and the river. Then went to Bempton Cliffs. Supposedly millions of nesting birds but wrong time of year! There were almost no birds when we parked and walked ...