This weekend was made for running. Warm, sunny and plenty of time. On Saturday, Mark and I ran from Lewes to Newhaven, to pick up the Colin the car from Colin the brother, who’d taken him fishing. We ran along the River Ouse, not somewhere we’d explored before. It was a beautiful route to run,… Continue reading Running the Ouse
In October, I’m running the Snowdon marathon. It’s quite hilly, or so I’ve heard. I’m now into week 3 of the best way to train for a marathon – the Hanson Marathon Method. For those of you not in the know, Hansons is the greatest marathon plan on earth and made me run my 3… Continue reading Fantastic hills and how to beat them
I actually thought I was going to be swept to France. Who would have my bike when I drowned? Maybe Josie would want it when she came back home. It’s a nice bike. Pretty reliable, pretty sexy, pretty fast. I swallowed a bit more salt water, threw up in my mouth a bit more and… Continue reading The Seaford Triathlon, or, tri harder, Drewbies!