Sinking without trace

What a day Saturday was, 242 virtual miles completed in total. I suspect some of us must be due some new trainers by now. Shout out to Emily for being the first one to complete 200 miles in this challenge with her 9 miles yesterday taking her to 204 in total or 65.8 parkruns in new money.


Mini Inn took the honours again with 148 miles completed compared to 94 for Pocket to Socket.


The Northumberland coast is the new landscape for Mini Inn with only 158 miles to go until they see the sight, sounds and smells of Scarbados. They are currently heading south with Holy Island visible off the coastline. In fact, they timed it just right to catch a last gasp attempt by P2S to get back in the race. Sadly they've not read the rules and wheels are not allowed, and yes, that includes cars.


Here's P2S, yet another victim of the rapidly rising tide covering the causeway to Holy Island.







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