A Physiotherapist visit…and the Running Streak endures

I’m looking out today on an untypical early Autumn day with temperatures in the low twenties and the sun shining brightly. The grass is long and seasonally emerald, tomatoes are reddening on the their vines and crimson geraniums are proffering a bold September show. It’s at this time of year that I always give a …

Canada ’08: Howie Morenz – The Stratford Streak

Hockey is a great game for nicknames. Consider ‘The Chicoutimi Cucumber’, the name given to goalie, Georges Vézina for his cool head in between the pipes for many a year in Montreal or ‘The Production Line’ used to describe Detroit legends Gordie Howe, ‘Terrible’ Ted Lindsey and Sid Abel of fabled scoring exploits. Howie Morenz …

The Streak

Okay it’s here. Today marks eight years since I began a running ‘streak’ – running every single day without fail for a minimum distance of one mile. In practice the distance has been anywhere between one and twenty-six point-two miles (The London Marathon) along the way. I’m going to save the full story for another …

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FEBRUARY 2008 Quaker Notes Come Walk the Green Fields of Nottinghamshire What next for Paul Gascoigne? It’s a Big Wheel! A Family of Hate Shopping at J C Penney, 1977 Making Study a Reality Lenten Thoughts Definitely No Deal Rough Guide to Nottingham Sport Inspector John Rebus The Top Five Dance Crazes JANUARY 2008 The …