Monday Photograph #16

A photo from the week that was: I have been experimenting with the Nike Running Club ap (NRC+, of which more in a future post), and Philip has been exploring concrete tubes in our local park: We are both happy with our new toys!

Monday Photographs #12 – #15

The blog is back from its summer holidays and happy to regale you with a selection of photos of the weeks that were, before resuming normal (-ish!) service: Week #12, and off we go: Week #13, running in the mountains, part the first: Week #14, running (and not only) in the mountains, part the second:…

Monday Photograph #11

The photo of the week that was… One of the features I like about my new Suunto Spartan Trainer is the watchface which shows you the sunset and sunrise times. It also represents the daylight and dusk hours as an arch surrounding the face (the yellow, orange and red sections above). This photo was taken…

Monday Photograph #10

The photo of the week that was… …photo courtesy of Kyriakos. And this is how it’s been feeling a bit of late, nothing pretty, just head down and carrying on with carrying on. I’m not training for anything or even following any sort of plan, just trying to keep momentum and not fall into the…

Monday Photograph #9

The photo of the week that was… …and this time it is three for the price of one, to compensate you for the recent lack of other content:

Monday Photograph #8

The photo of the week that was… …this week two for the price of one! This week started with a trail run in the Peak District with Kyriakos on Bank Holiday Monday, and ended with a bike ride in the same part of the world with David yesterday! Amazingly the weather was perfect on both…

Monday Photograph #7

The photo of the week that was… …moved to Tuesday due to the Bank Holiday. The theme of today’s post is friend appreciation: the photo is the view from Kostas’ and Eleni’s local in the big smoke, taken when they were putting me up last week.

A better Race Time Predictor!

I only run on average one marathon a year, but as I alluded to in a previous post (“my first time“), running the marathon distance was what helped me develop a running habit in the first place; and the way in which I continue to validate myself as a marathon runner. You can imagine my surprise…

Monday Photograph #6

Could the summer be here for good? It was certainly a week to spend as long as possible outdoors and go galivanting by the stream!

Monday Photograph #5

Philip’s tour of European capitals continues and last week it was London! Great to see good friends, drink good beer and only be rained upon one day!