Monthly Archives: August 2018
Ridgeway Running – Didcot to Ashbury
With a websiat called Ridgeway Runner at stoke point blogging about running along the Ridgeway National Trail was inevitable. On 12 August ‘18 I ran from Didcot to Ashbury. 30Km distance with 22 Km along the ridgeway. Weather: well given the heatwave this year it was a pretty disappointing 16C (ish), windy (mostly cross winds)Continue reading “Ridgeway Running – Didcot to Ashbury”
The Journey Onward – Keeping the feet moving.
Thanks for coming back again! If you’ve read any of my other blogs I can call you a regular and coming back for more is a great gesture on your part to what I am doing. I’ve thought a bit about what keeping going and coming back for me is like for somebody like myself. Continue reading “The Journey Onward – Keeping the feet moving.”
Current special edition of Men’s Running magazine. Some races to give inspiration …
Check out this page from Men’s Running, September 2018.
I can call myself a runner
Having completed a race now I felt I could consider myself a runner. Not that a race defines you as one. It’s like saying I can only be a writer if I publish a book. Different things define what we are. I think the journey to the Big Half in London, 2018 helped me defineContinue reading “I can call myself a runner”