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I Ran

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Juneathon day 14.

I left. I ran. I collapsed on the sofa.

8.42 miles

Juneathon running total… 59.78 miles.

 

What I didn’t tell you in today’s blog, because I’m collapsed on the sofa with a glass of rose, is that I went to Hyde Park for a (long time needed) bit of a longer run to make the most of a lovely day.  I was wearing a few more clothes (well, a vest) than yesterday however I still felt a little under dressed when I huffed and puffed past a marquee full of very well dressed people having afternoon tea at an antiques show.

That marquee is not the only thing thats been built in Hyde Park recently. I was very put out by the building of all the stands for the Olympics which has started at the side of the serpentine which meant I can’t run my usual loop of the Serpentine and had to take a big detour (up a slope) and then run past lots of fences and porta-cabins.  Just as well I had the Bee Gees in my ears to sing along to and keep me chilled!

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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.

8 thoughts on “I Ran

  1. Good on you sounds like an excellent long run. I am hoping to fit one in this weekend.

  2. Well done – and thank you for making me go out for my run.

  3. Nice job, impressive total for midway through June!

  4. Well done and thanks for letting me know I am not the only weird person out there 🙂

  5. aahhh! long runs! want too, but 10 still days to go until training plan has me doing 8 miles for first time! actually, you might have done the longest juneathon run so far, out of the people i follow anyways. :0

  6. Less vest, more speedy miles!

  7. Pingback: Longing for long runs | morning of magicians

  8. Wow keep those miles up and you’ll be cracking 100 miles by the end of Juneathon!

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