Day 100 mile 100: 265 to go, but there is cake. Today is my hundredth day of running (at least) a mile everyday this year for charity. So to celebrate this small victory of fitness I decided that cake was in order! Today’s run went along Penmaenmawr Prom, where I did the first run on day 1, and where I hope to do the last run at the end of the year.
The tide is a long way out today so the sound of the sea is masked by the white noise of the express way; as the tyre and engine noise breaks over the wall which divides the road from prom sand and sea. There is quite a strong breeze, hence why the candles didn’t stay lit for the photo, but this does not seem to perturb the sparrows from springing about the grass at the edge of the dunes, now that the seagulls have taken their 12 hourly commute to the low water mark. While it is not as hot as yesterday it is still pleasant, but the clouds look as if almost anything could happen later!
It’s been a great 100 days, I’ve got a bit fitter, seen some amazing places, met some great people and done a bit of good along the way. The support and kindness I have encountered has been astounding.
If you feel you can sponsor me please do, as all the money raised will go to the Cleft Lip & Palate Association (CLAPA) who provide services all across the UK to support people affected by it.
Thanks as ever everyone, here is to the next 265 days 🙂
Distance: 1624.3 meters recorded
(1 mile = 1609.34 m.)
View more on Strava