In an attempt to walk less distance today, we made a plan with the Pocklesses to ride on various railway trains. So naturally we started out with a 5k on the island runway (I’m so in love with the red … Continue reading
The highlights of today were breakfast (pictured), ice cream at the zoo, a couple of particularly good geocaches, and beers with Dr Pockless, who has potential to be a Bad Influence on his small nephew.
When I said that yesterday was a busy day, I was not taking account of today, which was surely far more busy. We started early again, because today is not a bank holiday and the bin men like to get … Continue reading
We have done so much today that I can’t remember it all. Well, we did kick off at 6.30am after not a great sleep. Pete and I are on an extremely firm sofa bed, while his lordship gets the comfy … Continue reading
Today has mostly been about the travelling, true trains, planes and automobiles style. My smugness at good packing was somewhat undone when Pete had to repack our toiletries because the ziplock bags i had used were millimetres ober the standard … Continue reading
We are all checked in for Budapest and, in this newfangled fashion, I have printed our boarding documents. I have also packed our toiletries into ziplock bags and everything else is in hand-luggage sized cases (actually come to think of … Continue reading
I have this blog thing here and I haven’t written on it for ages, etc. Yesterday I ran the Royal Berkshire 10k, a race with the same starting line as the Reading Half Marathon, but which then heads into the … Continue reading
If you have not already sponsored Swisslet to run the London Marathon and raise funds for the MS Trust, please do so now. [And then stop moaning about how much your knees hurt after 4.1 miles this morning].