A great way to wrap up the month with my favourite mountain run. I really love this view; doesn’t get much better! The weather was fine and the air has been fairly clear all week which is a good thing. Grenoble is sort of trapped in a bowl, surrounded on three sides by mountain ranges… Continue reading Run Forty Two
Not enough sleep. Not enough water. Running on reserves. 10K done. 58 minutes something. Pipe smoking graffiti. Snowy peaks far off. Tons of people. Me.
I love to start off the day with cartoons. Here’s a classic Wile E Coyote vs Road Runner scene. Silly Coyote when will he ever learn!? Gotta love the old boy for trying! So, yeah, had a run. It was nice. Went up the mountain, did lots of loops at the top. Here’s another funny… Continue reading Run For-tay!
The graffiti says breathe. Wise. Very wise. Take time. Breathe. Serious running today! All dressed up in red and black. Bag full of water and a couple easy snacks. Spotify ready to go. But first, why did the runner cross the road?? To take a picture of the trolley waiting for him of course!! I… Continue reading Run Thirdy Nine!
Boyhood J. M. Coetzee South Africa I am always intrigued by the blurbs on book covers. “The best description of a childhood I have ever read” from the Times, right on the front of the book. How is a statement like that even possible? I know that I am prone to throw the odd superlative… Continue reading Book Twenty Four
Not much of a run today. More of a picture taking outing and a chance to enjoy some fresh air. Quack. Trolley waiting for the tram! McDonald’s splattered in red paint! Nice quiet trail along the river. Poor trolley! Killed in the prime of his life. Couldn’t get close enough to check for a pulse.… Continue reading Run Thirty Eight
Today’s run was decided on Facebook. I was not feeling motivated and it was pouring rain all morning. Posted the simple question, should I run or not and said I would do whatever the first person says. I could have gone either way and was leaning towards cracking open my latest book and making a… Continue reading Run Thirty Seven