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[[!comment format=mdwn
 username="https://me.yahoo.com/a/hS04XFMCmvA9Ai5ROvFvXRvoxGsktCnvsu_I8kvD8z4VDf11pQXReIRWQjkK#7d8a0"
 nickname="Pete"
 avatar="http://cdn.libravatar.org/avatar/50ad0a2cb284308ccb1a11c5b404fb1d30fe52b5274eff77da7c552544e7678e"
 subject="Great stuff on the running front..."
 date="2019-04-08T09:54:54Z"
 content="""
...and a lot of the other stuff too.

I don't know where you are planning to do your Parkrun in May, but a possible running-related 'stretch' goal could be to complete the Parkrun in Lyme park (http://www.parkrun.org.uk/lymepark/). It's a tough one, but it is a beautiful place to run (and maybe walk on some of the uphill bits - I do). Parking is usually free for parkrunners - the kiosk isn't open at that time of the morning. Or it's accessible from Disley station. It would be great to see you there, or I could stay away if you'd prefer no witnesses :)

Of course, having completed your initial running goal, you may prefer to find a less hateful / painful activity for the next fitness goal.

Anyway, well done, and have fun.

Pete
"""]]