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    I'm back, and there wasn't much mud after all: most of it has been washed away by the rain! We're down to the bedrock now, with several inches of water flowing over it. I went out with Walshes covered in dried mud, and they are clean now.
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    Did Red Rose xc at Leverhulme park, Bolton today as a guest. God, that was tough and muddy. And wet and hilly. But quite enjoyed it!

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    Cycling in to work this morning. Plenty of mud! (And frost, but not frozen mud.)

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    Ankle deep wet sloppy stuff on the North Worcestershire bridal ways. Unless we get a prolonged dry spell, it will have set in until the new year at least. Dog not happy at having to have a bath after today's run.

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    The first Bíham League cross country at Malvern last week was cancelled due to flooding and severe damage to the ground...

    It was hastily moved to a park in Coventry... I wasnít able to race but Iím reliably informed it was the worst conditions in memory at that venue... the pics and videos Iíve seen appear to back that up...!

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    It was, and raced at Coundon many times going back 20 years, as well as training there a bit when I lived in Cov

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    Beacon Hill via Buck Hill, very slowly: my first frolic in the mud for 13 days, due to a bout of cellulitis. Dense fog all the way, so the only awareness of it getting dark (I had set off at 3:20pm) was when I realised that I couldn't see very well where I was putting my feet.
    In his lifetime he suffered from unreality, as do so many Englishmen.
    Jorge Luis Borges

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