FrozenRunnerGirl

“Don’t go out there … seriously! It’s freezing. It’s cold. Your nose will want it’s own fake fur coat!”

I wish someone would have told me that when I headed out today in search for some trail magic.

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I found the trail magic … I also found it terrifyingly cold, especially when heading back from the train station all soaked wet from a quick 2 hour run. An icy wind blowing through my bones.

I hope you excuse me while I hide the rest of the weekend under layers of cats and blankets with the occasional food break.

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  1. Pops I woke up it was sunny, looked at my phone… ‘FEELS like 2°C’ parkrun didn’t even smell me… I’m with you… blankies, cats and food!!!! Je suits MdmHibernate!

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  2. Yes I said the same, “quick 2 hour run?” hehe…well you photos are gorgeous!! Stay bundled and warm and enjoy the rest of your weekend!! 🙂

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  3. At least you did it! Yay! I like my ‘buff’ in the cold weather. I can pull it over my nose if it’s cold or lashing with rain and when I get too hot put it in my pocket or shove it in my waistband. Enjoy your snuggly weekend!

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      1. Sometimes it’s just hard to tell exactly what it’s like out there! It’s only been over the last year that I have started to equate the temperature on my app with how it feels!! So yes 6* is cold whereas 11* is ok …. etc!

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      2. Hahaha. I like your thinking. I had learned 4° means no gloves hat etc. But temp dropped as soon as I was at the train station! I have to add a range filter in my head!

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