Thursday, 1 January 2009

New Year's Run 2009

A fine new day and new year dawned as fifteen Harriers and friends, plus two dogs, began the club's annual New Year's morning run.

At just after 8.15 the group set off from the centre of Comrie with shouted encouragement from a couple of folk clearing up the Flambeaux debris.

Frozen ground made for good going up Glen Lednock, and by ten to nine the runners were at the Melville monument, enjoying the views and Rob Bolton's famous "coffee" (or a low-impact alternative recipe for the less adventurous).

On the run back down to Comrie a small group branched off to the Wee Cauldron, where after a short discussion three Harriers - Phil M, Will M and newbie Peter Hague - did the daft but traditional jump into the water.