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Bluebells

A lot has gone on since I last wrote, after the half Hartland Hartbreaker, the dilemma is, what do I write about? Should I tell you about my trip to the doctors in regards to my ribs and the subsequent … Continue reading

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Hartland Hartbreaker…………. Half Measures

Now if you are over 75 and related to me best miss this post out, safer for me and you! Check back next week when hopefully there will be a post written that does not elevate your blood pressure! Thank … Continue reading

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Fifty is Fabulous

well day two in it is! Since Saturday life has been a whirlwind. In fact at this rate I will be 75 before I know it. Saturday night big Madam, little Madam hubby and I went to the Pub for … Continue reading

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The Granite Way

Today we took our bikes to Dartmoor to cycle the Granite Way which runs on the former Southern Region railway line and takes in two viaducts. The scenery was amazing (of course) The bluebells beautiful The track wide and FLAT … Continue reading

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6 Miles late

Today saw me having to run at 6 pm, not my favourite time to go out but work during the day prevented me from getting out at lunch time. The bluebells are all done til next year but was pleased … Continue reading

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Come on…..

Fancy coming on a run with me? Its a beautiful morning look at the sky Most of it will be cross-country taking in stiles, gates, fields and some fabulous scenery. Ok, let’s go. There used to be sheep in this field, now there … Continue reading

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Parkrun and Gardening

This morning’s Killerton parkrun was all about getting Madam to run the whole way and to enjoy it. Within 3 minutes of the start her lace came undone which led to stress to both parties me to mutter “why did … Continue reading

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