On On: Bilgoman pool carpark
Well, perhaps not a perfect run, but no one complained loud enough for me to hear, so I have to assume everyone was happy, or at least mildly content.
We welcomed new walkers Wendy and Michael, I gave everyone a brief warning about all the spiders, and off they went.
I have to admit setting walks is a mystery to me. Sometimes I feel like I’ve set a massive one, and walks tramp home after fifteen minutes. This one felt short, but took 40 to 60 minutes … but everyone made it back alive and with most of their internal organs still functioning, so that’s the main thing.
Runners started off with a visit to the historic convicts well just below the pool. Once they’d gotten over being impressed they ran around a bit more and then came Home at about 45 minutes (or thereabouts). The day marked 7-year-old Frodo’s transition from being a walker to a runner, and I must say–as his father–I was both proud and humiliated that he could keep up with me so easily.
Circle highlights include 30 run mugs for the rest of the Tickhead family. Other stuff probably happened…but as usual 24hrs is a long time for my brain, so apologies for all the other stuff I’ve neglected to mention. That’s what comments are for.
— just note that you can now comment without needing to log in, remember a password, or anything pesky. (because no one has been commenting lately…lazy buggers)
Also, a week or so ago I added the photos to the Christmas run and Red Dress run, so look back there if you want to see some pics.