Rain in Teignmouth

Thought I'd come up with a genius title in rhyme until I realised it's pronounced Tinmuth. So the lovely yellow thing in the sky has gone into lockdown for now. Back to more typical British Summer weather.


Both teams continue their journey through Devon and Cornwall unabated. Yesterday saw a rare daily win for Team Pocket to Socket. Went down to the wire though with the Socketeers registering 122 miles v 119 from Mini Inn. A win's a win. The overall gap has crept under 250 miles as a result.


Team Minster Inn have made it round to the north Cornish coast and are in the village of Perranporth. As you can see from the photo, we are doing a cracking advertising job for Devon & Cornwall tourist board.



Meanwhile round t'other side of the coast we find P2S in Teignmouth.


The locals are lucky to have their local parkrun on the prom, what a place to run! Almost as good as my beloved New Earswick parkrun...


A quick scan of the last set of results sees the aptly named Sam Swift in second place. There's no truth in the rumour that his cousin, Dave Dawdler came in last.


Question is, when will we see the next set of parkrun results. Not for some time I bet


Here's the full set of results and the answers to yesterday's quiz was indeed Tintagel.






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