Woke up yesterday and really struggled to walk down the stairs, so that combined with the weather being grim meant I didn't feel like leaving the house. At half past midnight I did feel like I needed to at least stretch my legs, so I set out on short walk, hamstrings on low walls and then calves against the side of Preston Baker letting agents. After a minute or two an ambulance was driving slowly then pulled up alongside me, asking if I was alright. I said I was and that I was just stretching my calves as they were very tight. He replied "ah right, I thought you were listening to the wall". I then went back to listening to the wall since I think it looks less weird than smelling the wall.
I woke up today still very tight (mainly calf muscles) but got out to Calverley for some orienteering, running the 2018 blue course. Slow because I couldn't run very fast, got confused with 1 as it looked like a path, and overshot 4. Then about alright untill 17, 18, 19 when I came in from 16 hitting pathing a path which wasn't the right one, then couldn't figure out the ruins. I thought 18 was where 17 probably should have been, then came in to attack 19 and didn't know where I was. Carried on to 20 from there and enjoyed being around big cliffs for a little bit. A tricky little area with the cliffs and rocky ground, made harder in places with an out of date map. I could feel my foot pain a little, but I don't know how much because my legs were hurting more. Will need to get out on some proper bike rides next week I think.https://photos.app.goo.gl/o4zh7X5NhEsDNSZYA