Dunfermline – a sort of homecoming and a sausage roll

Hello everyone. It’s Crumble here again. Harold Wilson once said that a week was a long time in politics. Don’t think even he could have envisaged just how much normal day to day living could change in the space of this last week nor how much flip-flopping we might see from our current day leadersContinue reading “Dunfermline – a sort of homecoming and a sausage roll”

Strathclyde – an unlikely PB with some top International Women

Evening all It’s been a long busy day so I’ve only just managed to finish my blog. Jim’s also been in a grumpy mood for the last few hours after his Barcelona marathon next Sunday was cancelled so he hadn’t got round to proof reading my draft either. The human was a right Mr IndecisiveContinue reading “Strathclyde – an unlikely PB with some top International Women”

Girvan Prom – away from the numbers

Afternoon all Happy Leap Day! We finally got in our first proper parkrun tourism of 2020 today with an adventure down the Ayrshire coast to Girvan Prom which has been on our radar for a few months now. It was nice to pick another new to us location for the human’s parkrun number 123. HeContinue reading “Girvan Prom – away from the numbers”

Ruchill – Finn and other top dogs

Well hello again. Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis as well as dad’s marathon training have all meant that I’ve had a bit of an unplanned winter break from parkrun but I’m back! Given the weather and the number of cancellations this weekend we decided it was safer to go for a local option this week.Continue reading “Ruchill – Finn and other top dogs”

Queen’s Glasgow – first day of a February of firsts

Happy February everyone. It only feels like yesterday that we were all enjoying our New Year’s Day Double parkrun and setting our resolutions for 2020 and January has already flown by. This month is an exciting month of parkrun firsts. This will be the first ever February that has 5 parkruns. At the end ofContinue reading “Queen’s Glasgow – first day of a February of firsts”

Levengrove – a tale of two tails

Hello folks. Crumble here again. I’m back in action after an unplanned break last week. Apparently it was too wet, wild and windy for me to get to parkrun last weekend. Quite a few local events were cancelled, including Levengrove, but the human still managed to get to Drumpellier Country parkrun and left me atContinue reading “Levengrove – a tale of two tails”

Queen’s Glasgow – Don’t Stop Me Now

Me again. The Queen of the New Year one week The Queen of Queen’s Park the next. Just a wee blog this week since you’ve heard rather a lot from me over the last eight days. Don’t want to overdo it as Too Much (Crumble) Love Will Kill You. After a short rendezvous on NewContinue reading “Queen’s Glasgow – Don’t Stop Me Now”

Polkemmet/Tollcross NYDD – Queen of the New Year

Well Happy New Year everyone. All the best for 2020. Hope you’ve all been out first pawing and made your resolutions. My New Year’s resolution is 1080p. Sorry that’s one of dad’s bad jokes. All is quiet on New Year’s Day. Well apart from here where he’s been dragging me all over the Central BeltContinue reading “Polkemmet/Tollcross NYDD – Queen of the New Year”

Queen’s Glasgow – who’s that doodle in the puddle?

‘Twas my last parkrun before Christmas And all through the park was water and puddles and sleet in near dark With matching Marcothon buffs and T-shirts we were looking just great As we left the warmth of the car for my Charlie play date The human is volunteering next week as part of a clubContinue reading “Queen’s Glasgow – who’s that doodle in the puddle?”