Running 50:00 
shoes: Green Trail Brooks
Body=broken. Not a specific injury to something, my quads just absolutely refused to hold my body weight if I took a step down. So I opted for the 1-mountain trip instead of the beginning of the Bob Graham round route that would take in Skidaw, Calver, and Blencathra. This was a good descision.
Really enjoyed my walk up Blencathra. Good fun, and would love to do it again when my body was feeling in better shape. The track down the mountain looked lovely for running, and I gave it a shot, but it was clear that my legs really couldn't support running at all. So I hobbled down hill which was fine until it got steep, then I walked backwards down the hill for 25 minutes. Luckily didn't run into anyone while doing that... would've been embarassing... Haven't counted the coming-down-time as training, as it really wasn't.
A gear report, so I remember in the future for mountain marathons and such.
Green trail brooks- great, super comfy, no bad rubbing, less good grip than Walshes and a bit wide for good contouring
Walshes- yep, they're fell shoes, they worked. heels complained on the steep ups from pressure/rubbing, but not too bad. a bit concerned the sole of the shoe seems to be coming off, don't want them to fall apart like Scott's
Ronhill lycra shorts- awesome, no chafing
Ronhill teddy hall shirt vs. old wicking top- both fine, no noticed difference
Voler sport bra- great, also no chafing
Gaiters unnessesary at this time of year at the Lakes. They just result in ridiculous tan lines...
Hair-clips!! Need these. Unless I want to keep cutting the knots out of my hair after each day back... 2 hair ties are also good- one at the top of the braid, one at the bottom...
inov8 20L bag- lovely, didn't rub around my neck like the OMM 25L I used in the OMM last year.
playtpus 1L- not enough water to not fill up, and difficult to fill up in really small streams as it has a narrow opening. wonderful to drink out of though, and mouthpiece didn't leak at all, likely because it's new.