I had a few things to do earlier but I did manage to find the time to complete my run this afternoon. I only just about managed to get it done though and at one point I thought I would even have to do it in the rain. Luckily, just as I got out my car it stopped almost as soon as it started so I was a little thankful for that especially as I was in unknown territory.
Having recently started a new job in the local area, I've put my plans on moving to the south-west on hold for the time being. However, because I've already sold my maisonette I now need to find somewhere else to live that's not too far away from where I work (just off the A5 near junction 10 of the M42). I'm looking more towards the Atherstone, Hinckley and Nuneaton areas as they offer better value for money than Tamworth. So today I went off to view two houses and the last one was in Nuneaton itself and after my viewing I parked up just round the corner and started my run from there. It's actually not a bad place to run as there was a little lake with a footpath around it and some dedicated open walkways between housing estates and through a small park area. I wasn't exactly sure where all the other pathways led so I just stuck to obvious ones I could see that were out in the open. This did mean I had to double-back on myself and I almost completed two full laps of the area in my 28 minutes.
As you can see from my log, I managed to run for a distance of 3.37km in my 28 minutes. I haven't a clue how accurate the app is when it comes to the actual distance and pace, but if it's correct, that is the furthest I have run to date and obviously it's longest I have run for as well. So I'm chuffed that I got through it ok without any major problems. I'm glad to say there were no hills on my route which is probably the reason why I successfully completed it!