In the last 7 days:
Without my running socks and Mountain Dew can collection, I must ponder the question: is life worth living anymore?
And, as along as I am pondering questions like this, how in the world did Wyoming get ranked #9 in the NET rankings? Bizarre.
Quote of the day:
"You can't go to the Kentucky Derby with donkeys." -- Uche Nsonwu-Amadi
Really enjoyed running in my running socks today, and vs. yesterday, was comfortable despite big wind--helps to be properly dressed. Many newly fallen trees.
Went running in mid-afternoon, and while it was windy, the sun was out, and the temps were tolerable enough, so shorts and a light jacket was all I went out in. Shortly into the run, I felt a puff of shockingly cold air blowing in from the north. The temperature plummeted 20-25 degrees in the space of about 30 seconds, and fog overran the area, completely blotting out the sun. I told the bugler to sound retreat and we undertook a hasty evacuation operation before hypothermia froze the forces in place. A narrow escape.
No snow, but plenty of sun, and plenty mild enough to hit the trails in shorts and a t-shirt, so what's not to like? Totally beautiful out, and I didn't see a single bear either.
Overnight there was some pretty big wind, and I would expect to see some new fallen trees from that.
Prior to the overnight, the Cowboys methodically took down the Roving Decreases--kind of an unusual mascot--of Mcneese State.
Easy day of trail/dirt road running mostly around the Antenna Hill area. Legs were a bit spent, so an easy day fit the bill.
New record high of 61F set here today; we also had a record high on Monday, apparently.
Ran O' in the early afternoon; watched Wyoming take down a scrappy DU team in the early evening. By then I ran out of earlies and I went on to some laties.
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