Wednesday, 21 July 2010

All About Thursday’s Run

To satisfy the curiosity being shown in Thursday’s run from Redbrook - it's 5.5 miles and described in the book as a lovely walk by a stream and ponds, along an old valley, through woods and fields, and a visit to Newlands with its magnificent 'Cathedral of the Forest.'

 

There’s one hill at the start and one about halfway. The second half is downhill.

 

10 comments:

  1. If we end up going straight there, where are we planning on parking ?

    Is there the option of grub afterwards ? ;-]

    tom

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  2. Tum,I mean Tom,Sarah at the Boat says if you run fast and get to the pub by 8.30,you can order grub.

    Park at the Boat Inn car park.

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  3. And it's Rock'n'roll night!

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  4. I'd better bring my 70's disco gear !

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  5. So is it Redbrook Car park at 7:30 then?

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  6. I thought that's what you always wear Tom!

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  7. Thanks for an excellent, and well marked run.

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  8. Thanks Geoff.
    All credit to Lou and Mark for marking with flour and tape. Lou was so meticulous with the flour and worried when the monsoon season set in just as we finished.
    And well done Sue for battling round on your bike, and Gill for jogging round/sweeping despite your intentions to rest up before the weekend's exertions.
    And I hear congrats are in order for Tom who's found his long-lost son!!!

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  9. When's the reuntied party!?!

    Thanks Dick for a great run minus the missing tape on a few strages!!

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  10. Glad you enjoyed the run Berta.

    And the family gathering after :)

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