Monthly Archives: June 2012

A rather contrived ending

As you can tell by the fact that I’ve done four different runs today but what the hell, I broke the 200 mile mark clocking 323k altogether, woohoo! Run number one was a warm-up at King’s Lynn before the parkrun … Continue reading

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Is that a light at the end of the tunnel?

Ooooh, not long to go now! Probably my last silly early start for this Juneathon (going to do┬áKing’s Lynn┬áparkrun tomorrow!) saw me pounding the pavements of Boston at 5.30 in the morning and edging another six miles closer to my … Continue reading

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An early run and pictures of naked sheeps!

With just 3 days to go of this bloody wonderful Juneathon challenge it was another early start for me and a little over five miles run which leaves me with about 21 miles to do in two days if I’m … Continue reading

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The shearer cometh…

Which is why I’m blogging at six o’clock at night which is unusually early for me. A really nice bloke called Charles is coming to shear the sheep at 7.30 so I might not get another chance and I’ll post … Continue reading

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Just four days to go!

At 5 o’clcock this morning the sun was just donning his titfer so I put on my running kit and headed out of the door for a six mile run to keep him company. And then it was off to … Continue reading

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A new job

Today was the first day of my new job as a meter reader with Lowri Beck and the first day of training took place at the Bell Inn in Thetford and as it didn’t start until 9.30 I had time … Continue reading

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My sister cometh

So I had a cunning plan to go for a run early doors, come back and do an awful lot of cleaning before they arrived and then go for another run this evening but as one Robert Burns esq. would … Continue reading

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