Trail Running magazines editor got in touch and it ended with a mini email interview. Now, this isn’t my usual cup of tea, but as some have said and I agree, the summer challenge isn’t really about me. It’s about raising money and awareness to help those that are unfortunate enough to be effected by strokes.
Part two of the interview was to get some pictures to go with the article. Tricky task, considering everyone who could have run with me and help with the pictures were away. So, tripod was strapped to my running pack and off I went.
13 miles of glorious weather, lots of stopping and using the timer option on my camera. Eventually this whole stopping and starting wore a little thin, camera and tripod were packed away and I ran the last miles without stopping for pictures. Here’s the result of all that stopping and starting…
Hopefully they are what the magazine is after, and lookout for the article in the July edition. Fingers crossed it actually does some good in terms of raising money and raising the profile of the run.
With 77 days left before I start running from Land’s End, training is going to get harder, more targeted and take a lot more time. Just as well I enjoy being out and running. Otherwise, this whole venture would be horrendous. 😊