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Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 09 Jan 2020 21:15
by Ruby&Tilly
Hi All, the weather here is still pretty awful so I've resorted to going to gym classes, a 30 min HIIT class today, my legs are still wobbly but I did enjoy it.

How's everyone else doing, have you been getting half decent weather?

Ruby xx

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 10 Jan 2020 16:39
by Topcat
Pleased to hear you enjoyed the gym Ruby.

Was fine today so I had a good hike along the seafront. Lovely sea air and the aroma of Harry Ramsden's waffing into the nostrils :D

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 11 Jan 2020 00:27
by Ruby&Tilly
Topcat wrote:
10 Jan 2020 16:39
Pleased to hear you enjoyed the gym Ruby.

Was fine today so I had a good hike along the seafront. Lovely sea air and the aroma of Harry Ramsden's waffing into the nostrils :D
Sounds lovely TC. ;)?

My legs are still sore from the class yesterday but I'm a masochist as i've signed up for a few more.

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 11 Jan 2020 20:39
by Spats
Ooer, not sure if I’ve done the right thing.... new walking group I’m with is looking at challenging hike/climb and have just signed up for it. 6-7hr hike up Snowdon, end March. (w) Need to get some decent walking boots now :?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 11 Jan 2020 22:57
by Wilson
I went up & down in 4hours with a rotti.
Ranger path.

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 12 Jan 2020 21:30
by Spats
Been told it’s the easy route we’re taking, don’t know which that is.
Walking group is really picking up. Doing 2 walks/month on Sundays and now 2 others Wednesday and/or Friday. Some are local about 3hrs, others longer about 4hrs and further away. Can’t do them all though.

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 13 Jan 2020 05:55
by Topcat
Spats wrote:
11 Jan 2020 20:39
new walking group I’m with is looking at challenging hike/climb and have just signed up for it. 6-7hr hike up Snowdon, end March.
Sounds lovely. Never been there myself. Enjoy ;)?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 13 Jan 2020 22:27
by Spats
Done it 3 times in my much younger days. They’re now looking at the Brecon Beacons (Mid Wales) and the Lakes. Never been to the Brecons but done many a walk round the Lakes and mountain.

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 14 Jan 2020 21:57
by Ruby&Tilly
They all sound great spats, I don't think I'll ever be fit enough to take on a challenge like that, good luck with it.

Ruby xx

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 15 Jan 2020 16:46
by Spats
Walk this weekend in Derbyshire peaks - only about 3 hrs though. Staffs and Derbys peaks aren’t too far away and loads of walks there. The group seem to have 2-3 walks a week lined up so hope to be able to get on a good few over the next month or so

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 15 Jan 2020 17:31
by Topcat
Some great walks by the sound of it Spats ;)?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 18 Jan 2020 15:46
by Topcat
Got out for a couple of good walks in the winter sunshine today ;)?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 18 Jan 2020 16:09
by Newt
Lovely ;)? I'm doing a daylight walk tomorrow myself :D

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 18 Jan 2020 16:55
by Topcat
Newt wrote:
18 Jan 2020 16:09
I'm doing a daylight walk tomorrow myself
Enjoy Newts ;)?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 18 Jan 2020 21:59
by Ruby&Tilly
Topcat wrote:
18 Jan 2020 15:46
Got out for a couple of good walks in the winter sunshine today ;)?
Glad you had a lovely day TC, it was sunny here too. ;)?
Newt wrote:
18 Jan 2020 16:09
Lovely ;)? I'm doing a daylight walk tomorrow myself :D
Enjoy your walk tomorrow newtie, I'm going on a longer walk tomorrow too. ;)?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 19 Jan 2020 09:10
by pickles
Daughter and me went out with junior and younger dog ,yesterday .It was sunny and fresh out.
Newt wrote:
18 Jan 2020 16:09
Lovely ;)? I'm doing a daylight walk tomorrow myself :D
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Here are some night vision goggles,if you need to take a night time walk,Newt:)

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 19 Jan 2020 10:23
by Newt
They would come in very handy :lol:

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 20 Jan 2020 16:23
by Topcat
Made the most of the dry/sunny weather again today ;)?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 20 Jan 2020 16:29
by Newt
I had a lovely short/slow stroll myself today, technically it was a day off but I can't sit still for long :D

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 21 Jan 2020 13:39
by Topcat
Oh joy - got up in the hills today. Muddy at the bottom (gained about an inch in height - much appreciated) but dry on top. Gorgeous morning and lovely scenic hike ;)?