Day two so two runs

But don’t worry, I will not be carrying this theme forward for the rest of Juneathon!

Sadly I had to forgo the delights of a parkrun today because my car was booked in for a long overdue service at a relatively local Suzuki dealers. But no matter thought I, I’ll drop the car off at 8 o’clock and jog back. So that’s what I did but I did add a little extra to the route by diverting into Boston!

On arrival back home I did my bit to acknowledge the jubilee celebrations by hoisting a Union flag or two on the homestead and changing the bedclothes for Olympic 2012 ones!

After a few odd jobs around the house the time came to make the return journey and my tired legs didn’t find this anything like so easy and I definitely didn’t add any extra bits to this one! It’s almost a shame I wasn’t jogging back because my wallet was lighter to the tune of £275!!

So there we are, day two done and dusted with just under nine miles under my belt – a longish run planned for tomorrow but it’s all a bit weather dependant as I’m not a big fan of running in the rain.

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About JovialGnome

Heavily into running 20 years ago with a PB of 1.42.00 in the Shrewsbury Half Marathon in 1985 and 3.48.49 in the Telford Marathon in 1986 - then for some reason I just stopped and have done little or no physical exercise between then and 2 or 3 years ago! I've now moved to Boston in Lincolnshire where I really enjoy looking after my 13 Ryeland ewes and 1 ram and am rejoicing in the distinct lack of hills! I suspect that sub 4 hour marathons are gone forever but hey, I'm having a great time trying!
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4 Responses to Day two so two runs

  1. abradypus says:

    Pah! And I was so looking forward to you Day 30 so 30 runs effort 😉

  2. plustenner says:

    great duvet cover 🙂

  3. And I was doing the maths to work put total mileage!

  4. fortnightflo says:

    Love the duvet cover!

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