Mount Kosciuszko – Musings on a Monday

View, landscape, mountains

Mount Kosciuszko  - The Main Range walk It's Monday again, so time for my Musings on a Monday post - I'm enjoying taking the time to muse/think/contemplate, call it what you will, on a Monday.  I hope you can join me.... It all started with a rolling pin on Friday afternoon I was picked up …

Remind me again why am I doing this?

Remind me again why I'm doing this?  Running I mean! I haven't written a post about just running since July last year but I have been running, on and off,  in the meantime.  The months after July were wet, miserable and cold.   I was also suffering from looking down the barrel of redundancy but …

Tumbatrek 2017

Group on Tumbatrek 2017

Tumbatrek At the beginning of February each year, Tumbarumba plays host to walking enthusiasts for the annual Tumbatrek. My husband and I have participated in most of the walks over recent years and enjoy the scenery, the company and the opportunity to share our beautiful area with others.  There are usually over 100 walkers of all …

Running and blogging over the age of 50 – a rare combination?

Waving while running

I recently found this very interesting site, Run Young 50, which talks about women from all over the world, who are over 50 and who also blog about running. My blogging (and running) friend Annie at Unsporty Women Can Run was featured on this list and I am thrilled to say that I'm now featured on it as …

First (over a certain age) to cross the finishing line!

I can run and smile at the same time!

"Keep going.... you're the first older person to finish!" Sweet words to hear as I huffed and puffed my way towards the end of the 5km. Obviously meant to encourage me, these sweet words spurred me on to the finishing line with a bit more gusto! I don't consider myself old but when I looked around …

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