The storm passed through last night, woke us at 6am, but otherwise no damage here. Decided I’d better get out for a run, and I chose a route without trees (just in case). Since I have a 10K in 3 weeks, and another in 4 weeks time (good planning, eh?) I thought I’d better try some speed work.
I learnt three things today:-
1. Intervals run into the wind and rain are Hard Work.
2. If this bit of road is underwater,
then the section that usually floods will be like this:-
3. Running intervals after running through those two puddles sounds like this (400m fast bit) “squelch squelch squelch squelch squelch squelch” (then 90 seconds recovery) “squeeelch squeeelch squeeelch squeeelch squeeelch”.