It was in May when I equipped myself with a pair of barefoot-style running shoes and decided to start heading out for short runs on a regular basis. At the time, we were still deep in a Lockdown situation and I was off work on furlough (although that wasn’t to last much longer).
I’ve had a quiet interest in the idea in running for a few years. Below, I’ll delve in to the reasons of why and now.
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Sunday 19th of March 2017
Crook Peak is a hill I know well. One of the highlights of the Mendip Hills and an ascent I have made a large number of times in the last five-years or less.
There’s a familiar route that I would most often follow… Usually starting at the foot of the hill but not arriving at its peak until close to the end, after an elongated circular walk.
This time, I would start further east and very close to the medieval town of Axbridge.
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