If anyone tells you running is healthy for you, they lie. I am like Renton from Trainspotting, looking for the next hit.
I ast ran on the 4th April, so I shoud have had a run out on the 6th but I was in Cambridge and so I thought I would wait.
So I am now at my in-laws and it's Sunday, I woke up at 5:30 this morning, and I had my kit in the car, so I sneaked out of my in-laws house like a dirty scum bag addict and got changed on their drive way, leaving my wife and children asleep upstairs.
But come on folks before you judge me for my dirty habit, there was a job to do. I know Tunbridge Wells has it's own ninja, but I had to do a bear patrol. I haven't heard aout bears in Tunbridge Wells, but you can never be sure.
So off I trotted keeping an eye out at 6 am looking for bears.
I posted a couple of days ago my achy knees, which was making me sad. However, this morning, they felt good, no wooden knee at all. Ok first 10 minutes a bit stiff, but loosened up.
I cleared 6.8km so happy ans I can safely report Tunbridge Wells is now safe from bears.