Hoilday runs

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Sep 2019
4:37pm, 20 Sep 2019
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chunkywizard
As above, I always run but it tends to be pretty early so not as to interfere with family life or to escape the sun. It's hard to keep to a schedule I find, but I follow it's general cadence in terms of effort.
Sep 2019
4:47pm, 20 Sep 2019
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alpenrose
Sometimes I do and sometimes I don't. I ran in the Alps last year and decided that the altitude was no good for me as I couldn't breathe so I won't bother with that again. I'm off in a couple of weeks but have decided that I can miss a week, I'll hopefully make up for it with swimming and a bit of walking.
Sep 2019
8:59pm, 20 Sep 2019
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Surrey Phil
My wife did a parkrun on holiday this year although I usually go out for a couple of six milers but enjoyed the rest this time around.
Sep 2019
10:43am, 26 Sep 2019
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Old Croc
Going okay so far this time around. Getting a good balance.

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