Training Log: Craney
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Running||6|| 6:10:00|| 40.7|| 65.5|| 1380|
| ||Total||6|| 6:10:00|| 40.7|| 65.5|| 1380|
Running 21:00 
Running 1:58:00  24.5 km (4:49 / km) +300m 4:32 / km
Long IW via Farrer, Isaacs and Red Hill - with Tomas for the last bit. Quite misty and drizzly. Then did some of the WOD course steadily in Parkes but was feeling a bit over it all by then so only did 14/20 controls. Then the rest of the way in. Legs not grumbling too much but mentally very tired.
Running 36:00  7.4 km (4:52 / km) +120m 4:30 / km
Running 56:00  9.5 km (5:54 / km) +550m 4:34 / km
WFH today so nipped out for three Taylors at lunch. Cracking sunny day. Felt a bit rougher in the legs than I thought I might, but not too bad all told.
Running 1:00:00  12.5 km (4:48 / km) +300m 4:17 / km
Nice day exploring the lookouts near Bundanoon and also at Bungonia on the way home. Grace dropped me at Callum Brae and I ran back home via Isaacs and Farrer. Poor roos in Callum Brae and Isaacs are in for a torrid couple of months due to the roo cull. Technically these reserves were both closed but it was still light and a Sunday so I figured I was ok. Felt quite good.
Running 54:00  11.6 km (4:39 / km) +110m 4:27 / km
Ah ha nasty bug - take that. You didn't see my special move of lots of rest and sleep coming. You were pretty rubbish in the end if I was able to kill you in my sleep. So, yes, finally a breakthrough - hoping I can now string together a few weeks of proper training for the first time since Feb.
This was quite a fun run. We went away to the Southern Highlands for the weekend staying at a B&B on a farm near Bundanoon. Having spent the day thinking I wouldn't run, suddenly got the urge after dark and headed out exploring with my headtorch. Found some good trails to run along, mainly along the edge of Penrose State Forest. Saw five wombats (and heard a lot more).
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