Thursday, April 24, 2008

Glasgow run

slept in till around 11 today, then ran along the Clyde. Man, it was freaking hard...I felt like weeping after about 35 minutes. I'm going to credit myself with 4 miles, but that's pretty usual, more at our pusablog on our main site.

The River Clyde, as you can imagine, has a lot of bridges. Go figure. I did a nice little back and forth pattern as I headed East, then South from our city centre hotel.

Saw some cool stuff, like this arch, and generally enjoyed the juxtaposition of very old, and not so much old all along the streets....

50 mile challenge is gonna need a miracle now! Still, It's nice whenever one gets some physical activity in on tour. As Bon Scott said: "getting had, getting took, I'll tell you folks, it's harder than it looks! It's a long way to the top if you wanna rock and roll".


Alan said...

Weather seemed nice there. Great time of the year to travel Europe. It must be really fun to see new things/people over there! Correct me if I'm wrong :P I wish I got a job like yours!!!

phoen7ix said...

As usual, you have a great eye for perspective in your photos...and I see you haven't lost your wry smile (looking at autre photos)...nothing like living vicariously through other people's adventures.

By the way, I missed your justification: Why did you decide to start running...again?