On Sunday I was up in the Clwydian Hills in the area of the Jubilee Tower to watch the British Fell Running Relay Championships. Although it was very windy and cloudy the rain kept at bay. Jaw dropping, seeing how those world class elite runners climb those very long and steep fell sides and their hellish rapid descents, getting to the finish after 9 miles, before many good class club runners have got a third of the way round.
Being on the Offa's Dyke route again for the first time since I did it around 9 or 10 years ago, got me wanting to do it again. So it may be on for next year.