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    Fantastic.

    Until you've ran 50 miles a week in Bangkok, you don't know you're born...!

    Although I have to admit I could feel the heat radiating out of the hillside on the final climb today, absolutely scorching.

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    Iím ready for a change - bring on the wind and rain!!

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    I'm with Stagger and Mossdog - loving this summer. Back-to-back fell racing last weekend across the parchment book-ended by ultras previous and next weekends to maintain the dust tan. Marvellous. I've never seen it so brown since 1976. I wonder if it'll hold until Lakeland 100?

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    It is great. Although track session yesterday was hard work, there was a noticeable difference coming off the shady bend and into the sun on the straight, it was pretty roasting.

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    My main issue is I sleep in an attic room with only one small window, so it's pretty toasty right now.

    I normally don't deal with heat too well but coping a bit better than normal. Got through the Saunders OK (albeit a bit closer to 'holiday mode' than normal), though came down with a mega hayfever reaction afterwards. A slight injury also kept me off running in the first week or so of heat. The main thing is my work desk faces away from the window so my impending thesis deadline and not the lovely weather maintains my full attention.
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    Ripe blackberries on a bush near my home -- in the middle of July!
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