Running 35:00 
shoes: helios - black
on ridge with Paula. Only 7 degrees this morning brrrr. Had to drop Julia and Pamela at Margaret's this morning to meet up with the group heading to Lake Mungo for 2 weeks. I think they were getting picked up by 4WDs from there. The morning was comical with much organising and anxious hand wringing to achieve a smooth rendezvous at an apartment building in braddon. First we had to drive 80m to Pamela's to pick her up. But she wasn't outside ready. Julia gets fidgety "Don't do this to me, Pamela". Pamela appears, then rushes back inside for something. Two minutes are lost and Julia worries "We have to have a road marshal in place by 6.55am, for the rest of the group". I assure them I can reach destination in 5 minutes. I could get there in 5 minutes on a bicycle actually, probably less. I suggest that Margaret could do it. "But she doesn't know!". You could text her, I offer. Silence. Then "yes good idea" ... "it's hard to text in car". Road marshal was supposedly necessary because of road works partially blocking the road to the apartment building. But it was easy to drive around it, far less taxing than a multistory carpark or crossing our new tramlines. Yet there had to be a road marshal there by 6.55am.
We pulled up, or I should say Pamela told me exactly where to illegally park (even tho legal parks were available). Important to agree to keep the serenity. Julia races off to road marshal leaving Pamela to wonder which of the piles of items in the boot are Julia's luggage and which are permanent boot residents. Eventually, stuff is sorted and I am allowed to leave. For a run
A run yes, with Paula on ridge. Great to have our second run together, hope we can make a semi regular thing. slightly creaky sacrum settled down very well. Not spritely on 3rd consecutive day of running, to be expected. Walked for 5 mins at start and few at end down concrete footpath. Beautiful so see sunrise and golden early light. Bush still wonderfully damp. We had over 50 mm rain in Lyneham.
Introduced Paula to a few of my favourite drills too. Aaaah. Done!