A Crackerjack Day
I have not been out there since 30th December for a the run with "John D"on his birthday.
It was such a good day for a long run. And it was almost exactly according to forecast.
So, in around 3 hours for the Cotter 15 miles, which I have a best time of just under 2 hours, was run slowly, just ambling along in just over 3 hours.
There was no pressure to run fast, or to meet a deadline. The only factor was to have a long run.
Forerunner man was good company, but he doesn't record at my usual timing points, so I have to remember the time at each of those points and record them in my diary on arrival home.
Maybe I should take my MP3, which also has FM radio, and a voice recording function. Then I could record my timing point times, and enjoy the music the remaining parts of the run.
Until next time.