Today #parkrun returns to England, I've woke up far to early but I'm too excited to get back to sleep.
Given that The Blood Donor episode of Hancock's Half Hour is almost 24 years older than me she might have had a point.
I retired from competitive politics at the end of 2019, but since about last March I've been getting regular phone calls every month or so from different people (none of whom I think ever voted for me) questioning my resolve to stay retired.
I got into an impromptu race earlier with another runner who just happened to be heading the same direction as me.
I lost the race because he was a good eight seconds a minute faster than me.
There is no moral to this story, I just want to see who I can annoy by using *seconds per minute* as a measurement.
I've just accidentally purchased a #pinephone!
Entirely on #FT8 as I've done many times before, but mostly using 30 and 60 meters which are new bands to me.
I suspect this may have been one of the easier tasks.
Earlier today I discovered the RSGB's Beyond Exams Club Scheme (https://rsgb.org/main/beyond-exams-building-experience/club-scheme/) that lists 23 activities to encourage being more active in amateur radio.
I have already completed 3 of them this year, and in the absence of parkrun, I might try seeing how many more I can accomplish this year. Some of them should be relativity simple, others like writing usable software less so, but lets see if I can complete 10 of them.
@tony if you are still looking to join a running club for parkrunning might I suggest this one ...
Today I calculated that is I run just under 10K every day for the rest of the year my kilometrage for the year would be 2020!
Fortunately I work in miles not kilometers so I'm not tempted to attempt such a stunt - although an average of 4.083 miles each day would see me reach 2020 kiloyards in 2020.
Single-user instance for Mark Beech