Tonight there was a break in the weather; so I took full advantage. I had no set idea as to how far I would go; I was simply glad to be back on the trails and content to see where my legs took me.
In the end, it was a fairly pleasant, easy paced 10k lollop around the village. At a shade over 1:10, it wasn't my fastest 10k, but given the conditions and the need to watch my footing in places, it was never going to be that. It was, however, just what I and my legs needed.
This time last year, I wouldn't even have contemplated the idea that I might "need" to go for a run, but there you are. I think it's fair to say I'm a lost cause.
PS: Cadence dip at 4k due to having to let a dog walker pass me on a narrow stretch of path.