Not the "splashdown" landing of the Apollo missions for me, sadly tomorrow will bring a bumpy return to earth a bit more like the Russian cosmonauts bumpy landing on some barren plain.
Yes indeed, that's the end of my time here on the happy and rarefied atmosphere of "planet-time-off" and its time to start another tenure on planet "why-the-feck-am-I-here?" (a.k.a. "work"). A whole three and a bit weeks before my next 4 day weekend!!
Been a good "week and a bit" though. The weather has been amazing, so the "runners tan" has started early this year. I have noticed however that while on previous years where I have a white band round the wrist, where my watch goes, I now have a stupid sort of white "square" where my Garmin sits!
Did a last wee celebratory nine mile run up and round the wind farms. Really nice up there today - I think the guys who work up there got the bank holiday today so I never met or saw a soul (other than the usual sheep and cows). Strange that while it was warm it's the first run in a good few weeks where I've been aware of the wind. Did make it a bit tougher.
You get good views of most of East Lothian up there...