Run 1:07:00  11.2 km (5:59 / km)
Plan B did work - I woke up a bit stiff after a particularly vigorous session of Attack of the Killer Physio last night, but loosened up OK once going and had a reasonably solid session (if a bit slow). Headed out to Heidelberg to fill in a bit of space between Darebin and Burgundy, zig-zagging down with one very notable exception (the Stradbroke climb which I think is probably the steepest thing I've run up in years, though short). In this process I completed everything on the north side of a 4km circle, although there's still plenty to do on the south side in Abbotsford and Kew.
It was a bit chaotic at the Heidelberg end because it's the first day of an extended rail shutdown from there outwards. Also got a reminder that some Ivanhoe Girls Grammar parents aren't doing a great job of teaching their daughters that turning traffic is supposed to give way to pedestrians, and at the end had to dodge a Fairfield Primary student carrying a very large stuffed animal on his head.
My parents flew in late last night and I took them home this morning (then worked from Blairgowrie for the rest of the day and will be there over the weekend).