Wouldn’t it be cool …

I’ve been collecting my photos for a while now and just had a discussion with Mawil and was trying to explain my ideas for what to do with them.

I made a quick mock-up (don’t shoot me CJ it is horrible), but I hope you get the idea of my plans! Essentially it is a calendar with one photo per day. It is important that the days match the days the photo was taken!

It will look similar to this:


As you can see it can stand on it’s own and you need to turn it once a year. This way we only have half of all the pages! The paper is not very thick.

Now … I have a clear picture of what I want. I do not yet have found someone to print it for a decent price and I am missing some photos!

Any ideas/suggestions/connections welcome!

Morning run

Today’s one hour play time consisted of running down the beach …

… up the stairs of hell to catch me some views …

… and some more running around on Vico road.

Check it out: someone was nice and had left a chair at my beach house:

Right there behind the cave with the build out defenses:

Whish I had the clothes to soak in the view.

But after all those stairs the wind was chilling my back and so I had to head back.

Seems today I was not alone appreciating the beauty:

90 minutes done!

I am so happy that I finished my first week at 30/60/90. For those that have no clue what I am talking about check my structure/plan here.

TLDR: a whole lot of running …

Now today started at the beach as usual.

It is high tide and so I took the tropical road aka Vico Road. The Strava segment is called ‘The Beast – run or die trying’. I wish I was kidding, but all I can muster is a steady crawl and taking photos of palm trees and gardens as promised!

Now all that did not help and I moved slowly on, up the hill, to catch the next view:

90 minutes is a long time, even if one crawls, so I had time to run down and back up the other side for the next view. This time Dun Laoghaire and Dublin:

Then more crawling …

uff uff … huff and puff … Howth!

Even after all that scenery I still had more time. So let’s just do it all again! Back up the other side:

You can see my beloved Dalkey Island on the left:

And then finally a long and fun run down to end it all with 15 minutes of pebbling:

Enjoy your weekend!