Juneathon day 30: Heron Lake

So, for me, Juneathon was brought to a close with a very pleasant lap of Heron Lake. With an early start, it was all over by 8:15AM. I think it was about 1K or so, which we did in about 30 minutes plus/minus a few. The rest of the day has been, variously, manic in a good or bad way, so I’m glad it is bed time now. Good night all, and – see you in January!

Juneathon activity: 1km swim, in about 30 ish minutes

My last few updates have been a bit rubbish, due to other stuff going on. I’m hoping to write up a “Juneathon summary” soon, but until then…

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