oh my gosh... Hills! I'm in Northumberland. Actually running where no one knows you is liberating, also adds an orienteering dimension I wasn't expecting!! Alnwick castle beautiful lit up too. Down hill running is fun it's quick, feel like a proper runner lol seen half a dozen other runners about which is kinda nice. and a very nice lady who helped by stepping aside on the footpath as I puffed up behind her told me 'well done you' we really are a friendly bunch up North
One hill run too many though, had a major stall on last run section, it was a big hill, couldn't keep up pace up the darn thing, dropped back to walk then had to restart the last 90 secs run when I got to top - think that still counts as completed wk2 r2!!
(Ali are there any rules about not having a glass of wine with dinner after a run...? )