I realised last week that, with a little bit of effort, I might actually hit a total of one hundred miles for this year’s Juneathon. It was a close one. But this evening’s run got me over the line.
My Juneathon wasn’t all running miles, of course. There were three bike rides in there, including last night’s critical ten miler.
Critical, because it left me with just an eight mile run to do to pull me over the 100 mile mark for the month of June.
It was the best excuse yet for a long slow run. Naturally, I headed for the flattest route I know-down by the river. I clicked into a very slow meditative pace and rambled on for hours. It reminded me how much I miss-and need-these kind of runs.
So, I’m happy with my Juneathon mileage. Not so super impressed with the quality of my blog posts. But very, very happy that Juneathon is done.
And delighted that I got my total mileage up over the one hundred mile barrier, if only by the skin of my teeth.
Juneathon Day 30: 8.45 miles
Juneathon Total: 100.65 miles