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... down and recollect all the things you want to focus on. However, the 20 minute walk, made round-trip three times a day, starts to become a little time consuming. In any given day, I might run to the gym on campus, then run back for breakfast and a shower, walk to class, walk back home for dinner, then walk back out in the evening for some school function. Now, that's where the bike comes in - big victory for the commuting ...
... clothes today as day was balmy and still warm. Rang member in London where I am to be guest speaker next month and we had a blether (chat). Will meet up before meeting and have a bite to eat day I'm to be guest speaker. When I made reservation with my voucher for day tour in London for Monday next week Stonehenge/Windsor Castle & Oxford, was asked which hotel I was staying at and tour bus will collect me from that hotel. Wonderful! Simplifies things someone is looking after ...
... hours, 4 running. 59.3 miles. (02:39:12) 121st (178), </u><u>115th for this section.</u> Bridge of Orchy, CP4, 15 hours and 4.121st,3 people over took me perhaps 2 loo stops between checkpoints is too many. A few midgies but caring less. Great food stop. Feeling on a real high still (1) <u> West Highland Way Race: Sarah Booth arrived CP5 - Glencoe at Sat 19:08:21 ETA at CP6 - Kinlochleven Sat 23:02. 18 hours 8 running. 70.1 ...
Well, as you can imagine, today was not the prettiest of days, for anyone. We all finally got to bed around 4am, and woke sometime in the morning with raging headaches, upset stomachs, sweats, cramps, you name it. Paula came off worst unfortunately and really wasn't up to conversing. I think the toast and pikelets at 3.30am helped me, I was holding in there. Chris, despite being on fine form last night was surprisingly cherry. Perhaps he was just holding the ...
... to the museum inflight near north berwick today. It was 33 degree F and 30mph winds. I got to see the first commercial flight Concorde for British airways. BOAA. It was breathtaking and beautiful. Absolutely the most beautiful aircraft ever made. It is such a da story that he doesn't fly anymore but I'm glad to see that its preserved. I'm on my way ...