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Public Service Announcement: Crossfit

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Public Service Announcement: Crossfit

Firstly, don’t make new year’s resolutions. I don’t wanna blog today. I know! There I was, waxing lyrical about blogging everyday like 3 days ago, but I haven’t got anything vaguely fascinating to tell you. So why inflict this tiny corner of the tinter-web on you if there isn’t anything worth spending your time reading? My […]

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Jolly

2017: Freshwater Snails and other unusual sightings

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2017: Freshwater Snails and other unusual sightings

2017: It’s a New Year Baby So here we are in 2017! And yes, I’m still intact. Even if the blog is a little tatty around the edges for lack of attention…Can I just ask, though, what does it actually mean? New Year? Well, I know it means that we’ve been counting the days we circle […]

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Comrades 2016: The journey starts now

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Comrades 2016: The journey starts now

Confession time again. I may have inadvertently imported something from South Africa.  And judging by the front of my shirt, I suspect it’s a small warthog.  (OK, not so small).

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New Year’s Promise – or Pay!

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New Year’s Promise – or Pay!

So it’s New Year’s Eve and I’m kind of sad to see the back of 2014.  2014 has been a blast. It was the year I bought a paddle board and learnt to use it. Me!  Out on the water in board shorts and a rash vest.  I ran the Clare Valley half marathon, then […]

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Jelly-Belly, or the need to lose weight

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Jelly-Belly, or the need to lose weight

I’ve been doing some reading whilst I was away.  (Did you even notice that I was gone)?  A lot of it about running.  Funny, that, hey?  Me, reading about running.  Well, actually, it was a first!  Until recently, I’d never read anything about running or by a runner.  Not in book form, anyway.  (Runnersworld doesn’t count […]

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