Sun, rain and stacks of climb

Back to the beach today … well no not the beach but the cliffs as the tide was in. No matetr it was time to practice some more hills. I’m slowly improving on climbing. Hills which would make me out of breath or get my heart pounding before are now climbed slightly easier. They still hurt but I can feel the effort I’m putting into them is lessening. This is good news for the incoming 2017 races. Another 8 miles which I’m sure is getting easier in tiny increments.

The sun was out as I began.

A beautiful winters day to run

I passed the stack and got a photo from above. Still amazes me it stays upright.

That has to be the most dangerous square metre of turf in Britain

Up and around Witches Point

This is the beach at high tide which is why i can’t run it … compare to ….
How it looks at low tide

As I reached Witches the weather came in so fast there was little I could do but run back in the rain. Not that I really minded its all part of the game. A little sun, a little rain, who cares when you can go out and see the things I saw today.

Incoming rain front



Author: Gareth

Running coastal trails in South Wales and working on a healthier body and mind

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