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Lazy Saturday

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Juneathon day 18. Lazy Saturday.

A short run before lunch so I could ‘slob out’ for the afternoon.

I’ve discovered that there’s a 10K on the IOW tomorrow so am going to make the most of being here this weekend and go and run it.  Details say it’s ‘undulating’ so I’m preparing myself for killer hills and a slower pace!

It’s always a nice change to run somewhere that’s a lot greener.  Up the hill to the church, past the pub and a return loop on the bridle paths.  Saw a dog walker and a haughty looking horse. Passed the llama field and was passed by a couple of runner unfriendly cars.

In the absence of a Lego llama (or horse)  my assistant gave me this…

1.89 miles   16.52 mins

It’s official now this blog is published I have to go and run the 10K tomorrow morning no wimping out!

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Author: fairweatherrunner

West London fair weather runner, British Military Fitness fan, mother of teenage sons and drinker of wine. Sometimes found on the Isle of Wight.

7 thoughts on “Lazy Saturday

  1. Good luck with the 10 k will think of you when I am having a lazy Sunday

  2. Cute llama. Enjoy your “undulating” 10k tomorrow.

  3. Blimey, great luck there is a 10k tomorrow – am looking forward to the race report. Enjoy!

  4. You absolutely MUST run that 10k tomorrow, that’s a direct order soldier! (I so love getting my own back!)
    I want a llama, can you bring one back for me?

  5. I love your assistant’s llama! Good luck with the racing tomorrow.

  6. wow! you are an inspiration, I would have pulled the duvet over my head and gone for a short run, instead of doing an undulating 10k !! good luck 🙂

  7. Hope your 10K went well 🙂

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