Tag Archives: Sheep
Yesterday I headed East to Dorset to partake in The Hellstone Marathon. This was a bit of a last minute entry for me, ideally I wanted to do the half but this was sadly sold out so I thought what … Continue reading
With a work to trip to Bristol today and late finish I took the morning off and seized the opportunity to do a longish run, taking in some of the route I did on Saturday. I scared hundreds of baby … Continue reading
When I am following a training plan, I am fine, I do the runs, the distance, the effort required on the day scheduled. However being ‘off plan’ (is this the equivalent to off piste for runners?) my runs operate on a … Continue reading
Parkrun, planting and problem sheep
This morning was parkrun with Madam-ofcourse One of us had a good run One of us didn’t One of us was happy at the end One of us wasn’t One of us felt guilty and worried One of us was just … Continue reading
On the second day of Juneathon I crept out of the my Essex hotel (mum and dad’s) at 7 am and set off for a long run. It was warm, with a slight breeze and NO one else in Essex … Continue reading
Wet Women on the Run
Five minutes after I set out on the three-mile run to the running group it started to rain. For the next 90 minutes it did not stop, but did alter in its degree of pouringness from gentle to pouring! I … Continue reading
As I predicted today was mostly spent mind numbingly painting fence panels so hubby could create this Please don’t tell me I’ve missed a bit, if there is a gap it’s madam’s fault as she was helping me for a … Continue reading
Last Long Slow Run…..
or maybe that should read ‘Last not as long as it should have been slow run’. I returned today to Exmouth the home of my long slow runs. It amazing the direction you run in makes, the outward run I … Continue reading
continues in our garden. Happy to report lambs are growing Madam has been checking on them Oscar has been watching and then backing away when Mum gets too close he opts for bird watching instead Its better than an episode on … Continue reading
Long, cold, icy.
I was dismayed at 6 am to see the frost on the ground and the thermometer reading only slightly above zero, I pulled out my long sleeve top and when my breakfast had gone down I headed out the door. … Continue reading