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    Master Witton Park's Avatar
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    Dropped car off for service and run back on roads through Pleasington

    3.35 miles, 29.56
    Richard Taylor
    "William Tell could take an apple off your head. Taylor could take out a processed pea."
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    I went out with a few club mates Tuesday and Thursday roadrunning. Tuesday was basically race pace for me and my legs were very sore afterwards. I’ve been a member of Keighley & Craven on and off for 15 years + and these were my first ever ‘formal’ training sessions with the club
    Poacher turned game-keeper

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    The first headteacher of the season yesterday evening around the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail. Our plan had been to also have a quick dip (by head torch) in the Chemist's Hole near to the finish but, after all the rain, the pool was actually a fast flowing river rapid so we “rapidly” knocked that idea on the head
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    A new one for me today. From Llyn Brenig which is a few miles north of the A5, roughly half way distance between Llangollen and Betws Y Coed.

    From there my plan was to take as direct route as possible in the vaguely West direction, towards the farm cottage I'm now in, just outside Betws.

    I figured perhaps 12-13 miles, but ended up 15 (and 1900ft). A few issues increased the length... Some of my intended paths through the impenetrable forestry areas didn't exist on the ground... Then once on open fell it became apparent that any beeline needed to be abandoned in favour of picking out the very few footpaths and farm tracks in the area, as anything off piste meant battling with the worst tussocks I've ever come across.... And an encounter with a field full of disgruntled cows and their young, a mile from home, meant a large detour.

    Still a lovely 3hrs out, wide open spaces and views. The view of most of Snowdonia stretched out on the western horizon was most inspiring (and daunting, given my date with the 3000ers tomorrow).
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    Friday afternoon and my now customary run to the hills after work, yielded 500m ascent in just over 9km. A blustery day but intermittent autumn sunshine made it a quite pleasant run out despite the portent of room from the weather app on my phone.

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