I had intended to get up and go very early but slept through my alarm; in the end that did me a favour as it meant that I could watch the sun coming up over the Eastern horizon and it was a stunning day. It was also very very icy which is unusual on the coast (there was even frost on the sand!) and it made for a very slow run (I almost slipped over in the road 1k in, so the rest of the route was spent tip-toeing between path/ road/ grass trying to find the safest terrain.
I now have just 115 days to go until the London Marathon. It suddenly seems quite close!
|The camera on my phone didn't do this justice at all|
|By the end of my 10K the sun was up but fog had rolled in.|