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See this image largernothing like knitting a chunky winter sweater in the summer holidays! (15 comments)See this image largerI can achieve a toned abdomen and a smaller waist, and flexible strong back and hipsSee this image largerremembering my holiday for as long as possible! See this image larger11.2 km walking this morning - a lovely, sunny, autumnal day. [chose the nearest tracking speed - some are mph, some are kph - very tricky to get it right! - my average pace according to Garmin was 17.43 min/km - it wasn't a power walk!]See this image largerFrom World Mental Health Day - some chemical hacks that might be of interest to some of you xxx(4 comments)See this image largermissing so much (2 comments)See this image largerthis morning is my last walk around Trengwainton Gardens before it shuts for the winter :((2 comments)See this image largerhug x See this image largerSundays can still be special - savouring it! (1 comments)See this image largerI don't know who to attribute this to - saw it on facebook! (2 comments)See this image largerThese are just fun. I got it from facebook, but I think they're done by Julia Donaldson (author of Room on the Broom) #keepsafe(1 comments)See this image largerThis footpath (which I walked today) has 154 steps (I counted them!) 8.5km 11,500 steps on a beautiful Spring-like day! (4 comments)See this image largerI don't have snow (I know a lot of you have!) but am going for that woody walk anyway! See this image largerVery wet walk this morning - wild wind whipping up the waves too! (4 comments)See this image largeroff for a run in the rain - hot coffee & dry clothes will be my reward! (2 comments)See this image larger(1 comments)See this image largerSee this image largerSee this image largerSee this image largerour Covid stats haven't really changed over the past month - and are still WAY higher than before Xmas(2 comments)See this image largerSpring is on the way! See this image largerOK - we're waiting?! I don't know how this'll be done with social distancing etc - guess everyone will wear masks! See this image largerhelpful infographic from self care - from CAMHS - NHS HIghland(1 comments)See this image largerToday I completed the last run in the C25K programme - woo hoo! (2 comments)See this image largerI started my Valentine's Day with a dawn run in wind and rain - communing with the wild woman I am! See this image largeris still working on this teeny little spare tyre! (3 comments)See this image largerwe're on-line a lot at the moment (4 comments)See this image largerespecially if you sit a lot - forward bending movement keep you from stiffening up (unless you have high blood pressure, in which case, as I'm sure you know, you have to be careful of head-down positions)See this image largerAfter my lovely sunny Spring day yesterday, we're back to gale-force winds and grey skies today. My running buddy chickened out, but I went out and enjoyed my run. See this image largerkeep on keeping on! See this image largerI did a deceptively gentle Pilates for Seniors with Girl with the Pilates Mat on You Tube. Very challenging balance exercises! See this image largerSpark is a happy place :) See this image larger(1 comments)See this image larger(1 comments)See this image largerSee this image largerSee this image largerMy March motivation image! See this image largerLovely walk to Trengwainton Gardens (National Trust) today - it's become a weekly treat for me! About 7km walked, and 12,800 steps racked up) (1 comments)See this image larger(1 comments)See this image larger(2 comments)See this image largerBright sunny colours help lift my mood some days(7 comments)See this image largerI have a little light reading to do.........(3 comments)See this image largercatching sunshine where I can #lockdown(4 comments)See this image largerI got out first thing today - and had a lovely walk. I do so miss being able to just be outdoors whenever I feel like it! #LockDown (2 comments)See this image largerI just had to share this! See this image largerI got my bike out today to go to a meeting, which was cancelled just before I got there! So I stopped for a coffee by the harbour in Hayle before cycling back again. See this image largerWow! I accidentally ran 14.5km this morning, by missing a turning, and ended up on the moors amidst the old mine-houses! It was blowing hard and raining even harder - it was, shall we say, an ADVENTURE! See this image largeris so delighted with this word-picture that my son gifted to me for Xmas - I love it! (3 comments)See this image largerThis was the beautiful Autumn evening sunshine in the park on my walk last night(3 comments)See this image largerWell, my pace was 20:47/km because a lot of it was climbing over rocks on the coast path! It was a tough walk but I really enjoyed it. If you'd like to see some photos of Poldark country I've posted some in my blog today. This photo is some of the steps up to The Minnack Theatre (the 'escape route') at Porthcurno in Cornwall, UKSee this image largerPretty darned good today: 16 mins hill run repeats before my first coffee; then a trail-type walk of 90 mins this afternoon. I'm posting the walking as my #fitness for today. The photo is of a 'stepped stone stile' - I love the granite stiles (2 comments)See this image larger(1 comments)See this image largerMy big victory for today is getting through it on-plan, and not giving in to the temptation of chocolate! #BeStrong #Sparking this info-graphic about 'forward' and 'backward' food has really been helping me be strongSee this image largerAfter work, and not feeling much like it, I got on my bicycle and cycled 6 miles UP and DOWN over the moors to get to Morvah Pasty Day. The UP and Down over the moors to get home again. I was rewarded by a great feeling of accomplishment, and some beautiful views! This photo is of Lanyon Quoit (neolithic) (and an engine house in the distance) (2 comments)See this image largerEnjoyed parkrun with my d-i-l this morning(2 comments)See this image largerMy hero! An a great example of an altruistic person. (2 comments)See this image largerMy courage comes in fits & starts. This photo reminds me of my courageous self. Today is psrkrun. I am wearing my new shorts, but couldn't manage the new vest, so am wearing my parkrun t-shirt today. That's my courage-limit this morning! (1 comments)See this image largerISJF - 'biscuit' is like a scone, right? (4 comments)See this image largerhow to construct a salad jar - for the curious :)(3 comments)See this image largerMy and my son June 2015(7 comments)See this image largerfacebook(8 comments)See this image largera typical mine building seen in West Cornwall - this is called Wheal Sisters, nr Cripplesease(5 comments)

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