Yesterday I ran 8K round part of this loch near to where I live, Tinytears60 asked me to take a photo, this morning on my walk with my Thursday morning walking group I took this photo of where I run, walk and cycle.
For TT60 : Yesterday I ran 8K round part of... - Bridge to 10K
Bridge to 10K
What a view, that is absolutely stunning Al, I can definitely see why you like to do your various forms of exercise there. It's so nice to see where people run/walk/cycle isn't it so thank you for sharing.
Well done on your 8k yesterday too, are you thinking you might try another 10 miles again any time soon?
What a fantastic place to run,walk,cycle 😁
What a fantastic view! One of those magical places 😍
To think of it, this place up to 1994 was just boggy land, then the council put a dam on the east side and let the water from a stream on the west side fill up with water, landscape the area, build a path all the way round and now it is a local beauty spot for people to enjoy their exercise and leisure activities.
That looks like a lovely place to exercise AM!
Oh wow, what an amazing place to be able to walk, run and cycle
It is Mum22 boys, I hope you are keeping better now.
Wow! 😍👌 📷
Looks lovely Al - what a lovely place to run
Thanks for letting me see it 🙏🏻
I think you described it just right! Can imagine in the morning it looks even more special
Gorgeous photo 😀
It is, a very good place to 🚶 walk, 🏃🏾 run and 🚲 bike ride, I am so lucky that it is so near to where I live.
I am lucky too, I live within walking distance from two cycle paths. It’s lovely to be able to exercise somewhere beautiful.
I fully agree with you regarding running, walking and cycling in a beautiful area, when I run short 3K's there is another, (more a pond than a lake/loch) only 10 minutes from where I live, the next time I run a short 3K I will take a photo of that scenic area with the pond.
Looks beautiful AlMorr and looks a great peaceful place for a run/walk🌞
Love this Al. It brings where you run alive 😁
Well Jell of your views! I’m a Black Country wench who has to travel for 30 mins to find somewhere that’s still a bit grey/ green 😏.
I imagine it looks quite magical with the mist, how great to have that close to your doorstep. 😊
Yesterday morning it did look very magical with the mist rising, if I had ran this morning I would have had to be very careful because for the first time this Autumn there was a frost and probably a few icy patches as well, the frost and icy patches were all gone by 8.30am
Looks an absolutely beautiful place to live AlMorr...Wow! I would never want to go anywhere else. All that wildlife!!!
There is plenty of wildlife live in this area, many swans and ducks 🦆 as well as runners, cyclists and walkers.
Just stunning Almorr - you are very lucky! 🙂
Looks beautiful Al. What a lovely location for outdoor exercise.
Stunning! Thank you for sharing.
This looks so beautiful. (I miss Scotland so badly, having lived in Glasgow, as well as near Loch Lomond for 10 years)
It takes me about 90 minutes by bus and train to get to Balloch by Loch Lomond, by car about 50 minutes.
Yeah, we lived in Dumbarton ... (sigh)... and loved it. I now think I wasted all those opportunities of running on the Clyde shore from Dumbarton towards Helensburgh. Very happy running!
Dumbarton by the rock, talking about Helensburgh, that is where I ran my graduation run on June 18th 2018 along the prom, I started at the pier head at exactly 10.30am, at 10.47. turned around just at the boundary at Rhu and completed the 30 minute run at that monument on the seafront.
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