Thursday , June 30 2022

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Faccombe Estate

Chocolate cake sweet roll danish apple pie pie candy canes jelly beans candy canes sweet roll. Pastry sweet roll brownie lemon drops apple pie. Lollipop bonbon brownie pastry. Dragée wafer sesame snaps. Cupcake lemon drops pie gummies. Pie marshmallow tart muffin toffee pastry tart wafer lollipop. Ice cream chupa chups …

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Hurstbourne Tarrant

Chocolate cake sweet roll danish apple pie pie candy canes jelly beans candy canes sweet roll. Pastry sweet roll brownie lemon drops apple pie. Lollipop bonbon brownie pastry. Dragée wafer sesame snaps. Cupcake lemon drops pie gummies. Pie marshmallow tart muffin toffee pastry tart wafer lollipop. Ice cream chupa chups …

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Ladies Walk

Chocolate cake sweet roll danish apple pie pie candy canes jelly beans candy canes sweet roll. Pastry sweet roll brownie lemon drops apple pie. Lollipop bonbon brownie pastry. Dragée wafer sesame snaps. Cupcake lemon drops pie gummies. Pie marshmallow tart muffin toffee pastry tart wafer lollipop. Ice cream chupa chups …

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Rooksbury Mill Nature Reserve

Tart lollipop cheesecake jelly beans. Biscuit candy marzipan liquorice muffin. Cake jujubes gingerbread liquorice gummies tart gummi bears chocolate bar muffin. Apple pie pie icing cake apple pie gummi bears brownie pudding candy. Bear claw brownie liquorice cupcake chocolate bar topping soufflé. Halvah halvah dessert chocolate caramels ice cream donut …

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Goals for 2021

I’m determined to make 2021 a positive year! Run a sub 25 minute 5k It’s been a long time since I have successfully run 5km without falling back on walking breaks. I will be opening up my beginner 5k plan to get myself back into shape for what I hope …

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2020: a barkrun year in review

Where to begin with a year like 2020? I think it’s fair to say we’ve had a rollercoaster of a year and we want the ride to stop. I started my 2020 fitness journey in a good state. Not much running, other than the weekly parkrun with Maple, but weight …

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Goals for 2016

The post that appears in September 2016 speaks volumes about the state of my running this year. In terms of racing I’ve made the start lines at Country to Capital and Harrow Summer League. I’ve failed to make the start line for the Kent Roadrunner Marathon, multiple summer league fixtures, …

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Stevenage parkrun

parkrun picked in advance, course reviewed, checked for cancellation or course change, appropriate footwear selected, directions & parking set, and previous results checked to get an idea on depth of field. These are all the things that me and Other Dan should do. These are all the things that me …

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Ellenbrook Fields parkrun

Ellenbrook Fields is a 400-acre country park on a former aerodrome site situated between Hatfield and St Albans. The land was originally farmland before becoming part of the de Havilland (later British Aerospace) airfield at Hatfield. Hatfield Aerodrome was a private airfield and aircraft factory from 1930 until its closure …

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Greenwich parkrun

No cake, no fireworks, and no mass party at the finish line. An arbitrary number of runs completed at an arbitrary number of places located within the M25 boundary. All the ‘London’ parkruns. Now Lon-done. Greenwich parkrun takes place every Saturday parkrunday at Avery Hill Park. If the parkrun were …

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Tooting Common parkrun

This was meant to be the one where I nailed Lon-done. The run that complete every parkrun within the M25 boundary. Except that plans changed, life got in the way, and Greenwich still requires a visit. However, this was the one that saw a happy bunch of parkrun tourists come …

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Orpington parkrun

Our Lon-done tour is coming to an end as only Tooting Common parkrun and Greenwich parkrun remain for me after completing Orpington parkrun today. Other Dan still has the pleasure of running at Gunpowder, Hilly Fields, Walthamstow, and Bexley. We’ve been ignoring Orpington parkrun since we started our Lon-done odyssey; …

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