It was early, but not as early as I normally have been getting up in the past. I needed to go for my morning walk, but still couldn’t face getting up at 0535.
I left the house at about 7AM. It was still dark. It had brightened a f air bit by the time I had reached the end of the Haslar Marina Pier Wall and there were people working on the barge in the header picture, the crane is lifting one of the legs, presumably in preparation for a move. A while ago, I learned that the legs are called spuds – I have no idea why. I had though been wondering whether each spud had a motor to lift it, so that’s another question answered.
I didn’t get home until about 20 past 8, all of this has reminded me why I was getting up at 0535, plus of course, I am missing the #Breakfastclub, which I really do need to get back on to. Elayne had suggested doing it from home, but did warn that if I talked too loud I would have to stop.
The 0535 time is the only practical time that I can do everything I want. I seem to recall that when I first started doing my regular early morning walk I worked out that it was pretty much the only time I had when I could do what I wanted. As much as I like staying in bed, I need to do the exercise and this is the only time I can do it. I think I may have to start gain – especially if I am going to sign up for walk 1000 again this year.