I arrived back home Saturday evening and I was tired. Of course, this morning I didn't run the Grosseto's 12 km race and I look forward to reading Stefano's report. I'm sure that the Black Knight's flag is waving on the rooftops of the conquered town..
Ewa, I show some photos of Southern Italy where I went for job last week. The photo on the right shows the last raisin of this season that I saw while I was running next to wonderful wineyards. In the third photo below you can see the hills surronding a small town in Southern Italy. Its name is Itri. That old small town is situated at 170 m. above sea level and its population is a little more than 10,000.
In the same photo above mentioned you can see the limestone composition of the hills, which is cause of the absence of trees and watercourses. It's a territory of a great naturalistic interest which has recently been incorporated into a National Park.