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Jake slipped through the slightly ajar front gate and headed up the road He moved from a walk to a brisk trot feeling the tension of the day ease as his legs found a steady rhythm The light was starting to fade but he could see well enough Out of habit he swung a left at the top of the street and turned towards the park Crisp autumn leaves crunched underfoot their tang caused his nose to crinkle and a slight smile scudded across his faceUp ahead he saw a familiar figure Max It had to be No one else jogged like Max with his heavy gait Jake assessed the distance and reckoned with a burst of speed he could catch him The park was nearly empty and he sucked up the cool evening air before launching himself into a higher gear He had nearly caught up when Max turned his headThought I could hear something coming he grunted maintaining his paceJake put in a final burst to come up alongside him then steadied his rhythm to match Maxs stride Thought it was you Max Any chance of slowing down a bit Jake panted alongsideNope Keep up or bugger offJake smothered a sigh as Max started to ease out in front of him Max was like this Relaxed and good company some days competitive and aloof other days I wanted to have a word with you Jake tried to keep the whining note out of his voice If Max was in one of his moods it would be enough to send him off scooting back home or to one of his watering holes They ran along together Maxs breathing sharp and regular whilst Jakes panting breath felt increasingly ragged The park was a wide open expanse of greenery with a number of tree and shrub-lined paths There were clusters of plants in a sensory garden and a separate play area for kids near a BBQ
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