Pleasantly breezy for the time of year

A chilling, almost gale force, easterly couldn’t stop about 30 MBH members and friends from Janet Cs annual St Levan coastpath run. Everyone turned out with what seemed to be the obligatory runny nose, croaky voice and sore throat!! Wrapped up in hats, gloves and high vis – it was easy to spot who Santa had visited! Garmin must be raking it in!

So now we all know where the summer St Levan 10K starts? and there isn’t anywhere actually called St Levan is there Susie T?!?!?



The weather was alot drier from what I remember than last year and the promise of tea and cakes at Liz and Daves afterwards probably persuaded a few to climb out of the sack a bit earlier, it was Sunday, what else is there to do on Sundays.

Great to see you all after Christmas – I think we all felt the effect of just one too many roast potato or glass of wine

The scenery was fantastic, the sun was shining and the wind was blowing! The fast boys ran off in front leading the way as about 30 of us snaked our way up and down the coastal path, down to Polgigga, across to Porthgwarra, onto Porthcurnow, a quick stop to look at The World Famous Minack Theatre and to take in the breath taking views of the beach, descending the steepest part of the path right down into the valley and made our way back to the car park – The Garmins showed a roughly 5.85 mile outing with the fastest getting back in under the hour and the tail enders in about 1.20, but it wasn’t a race so who cares about times!?

It was then back to eat cake! Many thanks to Liz, Dave and family for so many different types of cake to munch through and copious amounts of tea.

Dont worry if you missed it as we are meeting on New Years Day at 11am at The Tinners Arms, Zennor for another 5 miler off road over the moors – ALL CLUBS WELCOME

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