After the London Marathon I was pleased that I only had one blister, this was duly dealt with. The legs felt a bit better after Thursday (I walked daily) I had read somewhere not to run for 10 days and this sounded good to me. Today however the sun was shining, the sky was blue so I took the legs out for a lunch time treat.
The heart was in it, the head was in it but after 2 miles the legs disagreed. Maybe it was the stiles, maybe it was the stop start (new route and I had no idea where I was going) maybe it was rough terrain, or maybe the legs needs more time.
The route was lovely with great scenery and a great new 5 mile route has been found.
I also got up close to Escot Church that you can see from the A30
such a nice little church and it is in the middle of nowhere.
Great to be out there again exploring without the pressure of doing certain amount of miles or type of training, now all I have to do is convince my legs.
You’re making me westcountry jealous again!
If you can avoid the marathon blues, then this has to be the best bit doesn’t it?
Run. But just because you want to 🙂
your countryside is absolutely beautiful.
legs, legs, legs…:) they are certainly trouble!!
10 days rest and running just because? Perfect 🙂
You have such lovely routes…