Hello again iiwiiers
Here's an extraordinary story, I've got nothing to say about it except that it's extraordinary. I'm not easily surprised, but this did the job.
I did 30 mins of the superbrisk walking today despite threat of chafing. No sign of things getting less painful yet. I may take a break this weekend I think, one or both days. It's a change to my intended system but I'm starting to think a rest is necessary. Actually yeah, that's me decided, I'll stick to the normal walking today and tomorrow. At least that means you'll be spared having to read about it - or does it? Perhaps I will still give you a tedious update on the state of my calves, who knows, we'll have to wait and see.
On passing Central Station in Glasgow today on my way back to Edinburgh I thought I'd pop in to see whether there was somewhere I could get wifi to update my podcasts and then I had a great idea - I would get the London train to Edinburgh, I could get the wifi on that and it was only 20 minutes longer than the train from the station I had been intending to travel from which takes a shorter route. Well, it was semi-successful - the connection wasn't great, I only managed to get one podcast, and I ran the battery down too much to go elsewhere to finish up once I was in Edinburgh, but at least it was In Our Time, and hopefully an interesting one too. Last week's one on Ada Lovelace was alright, and this one is on The Greek Myths, so that should be interesting presumably. I can't remember when there were last two in a row that were reasonably good, so fingers crossed.
That's enough from me for now, back home tomorrow
See you around
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