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    Now very wet sand but still not muddy. This morning's run was like running on a beach just after high tide.

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    A solidly wet week has brought the mud back though thankfully still not too bad. Another wet week and some horse traffic should see it back to its winter norm where it will no doubt stay until the first cuckoo of spring.
    Today's trail race on the north Worcestershire Hills made all the more difficult by the wrong shoe choice - definitely a Mudclaw day but opted for Speedcross.
    Last edited by PeteS; 23-09-2018 at 02:19 PM.

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    No real mud here: just a slimy covering over a still-hard substrate. And a few dry days have now put the paths back in their Summer condition.
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    Another dry week. Heading back to the previous compacted state and quite sandy again in places. Thankfully, still moist enough for long runs on dog paws though.

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