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Running up that hill

The Guisborough Moors run is a hard, hilly race. 12 and a bit hard, hilly miles… I knew this but had managed to persuade myself (and a gullible mate) into believing it wouldn’t be that bad. It was. Hot, hilly and hard. Brutal. Did I mention the hills? Up Guisborough woods, across the moors, up the back of Captain Cook’s monument, Gribdale steps, Roseberry Topping and Little Roseberry and finally up to High Cliff. Phew! My poor legs were like jelly by the end – but I did it. We did it. And I’ll do it again next year. Though my running buddy might need a little more persuasion…

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Mummy, runner, red wine lover. Prone to blisters and sarcasm. Take all my posts and witterings with a pinch of salt.

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