Set about clearing the last of the remaining bits of Northcote (within the 2km circle) south of All Nations Park. This required climbing most or all of Ruckers Hill three times, which was more demanding than what I've done in a while, and proved to be a struggle, but at least my back, which had been difficult in the first 10 minutes, settled down. Hamstring was beginning to fatigue a bit at 30 minutes but got no worse. Seem to be in reasonable shape in the injuries department, fitness is a different story.
In something of a novelty for 2020, I'm actually going somewhere for more than a weekend. The somewhere is a bit of a circuit of Victoria, although plans for later in the week are still somewhat fluid, and I may dip briefly into NSW just because I can (assuming nothing goes pear-shaped in Victoria in the interim).
Some creativity was deployed by a solicitor with a side business in an irrigation farm at Euston. His explanation for his activities was that he took water without paying for it because he didn't have enough money at the time to pay for it, and in any case it was the fault of the regulator for not stopping him from stealing water. The judge was not impressed