Reflections on 2019: Dreams, Goals and Injury

Goals (and Dreams) This year I set myself 2 goals: A marathon PB and a 1st club standard. I achieved one of them. A dream came true when I ran the London Marathon, loving every minute of it (despite prior nerves that it might just all be too much). The plan thereafter had been to … Continue reading Reflections on 2019: Dreams, Goals and Injury

Fife Coastal Path: Day 4, Anstruther to St Andrews

What a day! I’m delighted to have made it to St Andrews after yet another glorious day in Fife and probably the most challenging terrain of the walk. Setting off from Anstruther I felt good. The Spindrift Guest House was brilliant - Jenni and Mark were outstanding hosts, I’d had the best sleep of the … Continue reading Fife Coastal Path: Day 4, Anstruther to St Andrews

Fife Coastal Path: Day 3, Leven to Anstruther

This has definitely been the best day on the trail so far. I woke feeling pretty refreshed, had an early breakfast and then headed back to bed to let it digest. The upshot was a bit of a rushed start to the day in order to get my bag ready for collection, then leaving later … Continue reading Fife Coastal Path: Day 3, Leven to Anstruther

Fife Coastal Path: Day 2, Burntisland to Leven

Started the day feeling less rested than I’d have liked. My neighbours in the hotel were somewhat noisy in the wee small hours, moving between rooms I think - an important life skill: learn to close a door quietly! I therefore couldn’t resist banging around a bit on starting my day, not as early as … Continue reading Fife Coastal Path: Day 2, Burntisland to Leven

Fife Coastal Path: Day 1, North Queensferry to Burntisland

Having decided I was ‘peopled out’ a couple of months ago, I decided to have a wee solo venture over summer. Having looked at various ‘Ways’, the most appealing was probably the West Highland Way, but as I’ll be doing this again sometime with husband, I had to find an alternative, and having considered all … Continue reading Fife Coastal Path: Day 1, North Queensferry to Burntisland