Hi my name is Tullie I’m a 7 year old Kelpie Border Collie X and just love to run.
I started my parkrun adventures with my humans at Maribyrnong in Victoria. Since starting my parkrun adventure I have made so many friends. My humans joined a social running group called Essendon Red and Black Running Team and we have had so much fun with them and they have taught us so much about running.
My humans decided that Victoria was too cold for their blood and we moved to Bribie Island in QLD this year. Although Bribie Island at the minute doesn’t have a parkrun we have found another great bunch of runners in the Bribie Island Road Runners and Walkers Club. The Bribie club have been so very welcoming to us and as they have only been running for a year they are looking to build their membership to possibly start a parkrun on Bribie.
My humans love camping and travelling so we try and make sure that there is a parkrun near where we are camping and become tourists for the weekend. We have almost done the Alphabet, except for the X, and are trying all the parkruns in and around Bribie Island.
I would encourage everyone to get out there and give parkrun a try whether you are walkers,runners, young, old, 2 or 4legs.
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