Run 1:02:00  10.2 km (6:05 / km)
A day most notable for a Significant Running Milestone - bringing up 150,000 kilometres since I started training regularly in 1985. Like the 100,000 (done in Adelaide in 2007) this one was done while away with work (and I didn't have any fellow attendees to share it with this time, the one potential prospect being currently injured).
It was an unexpectedly clear morning for it, which also meant it was unexpectedly cold - probably ranging between about +4 and -1 depending on how built-up it was and local topography - nice weather to run in although there were a couple of moments where I was thinking I might have been better to bring my gloves with me. I planned things so that the milestone moment (7.5km in) would come at a spot with a good view over the lake and the mountains beyond (although sunglare affected the views, which were better the other way onto the snowcapped Jura). Got to the area quicker than I expected, so there was a bit of circle work in back streets to fill in the distance.
The run itself was not great, but definitely a considerable step up on yesterday. Seemed to be climbing a lot - it's one of those runs where you gain height gradually and then lose it all at the end. A bit tight again after the major downhill.
Hopefully the "liquidation grande: materiel militaire" I saw advertised refers only to clothing and the like, and not to things that go bang.
I'll need to last a long time to get to 200,000 (at my current distance it would take into my mid-70s), but let's see how we go.