Woo-hoo! 8 miles this afternoon and no belly problems! I'm so excited! I'm feeling like myself again. This past month has been awful, but I'm feeling better & spring is on its way.
QOTD: I've always tried to learn a bit about the animals & plants that I live among. I think I learn more about them while hiking than while running, but I do appreciate them when I see them.
With the day off, I'd hoped to get some miles on my horse as well as my own feet. When my daughter was invited to two birthday events Sunday and Monday she was out as my exercise rider. My second choice Jockey had to work. So I ran solo for the second time on a newish trail. I expected an 8-8.5 mile course but it turned out to be 9.8. Still was a good followup to Sundays hilly hikefest.. Only 1000 feet of elevation gain.
QOTD: I knew most of my "woodscraft" prior to running as did many of the folks who answered before me. I enjoy dropping knowledge bombs on the less initiated inthe ways of the wild. You can have loads of fun with Raisinettes on the trail..
Western Wanderer: Horses, Hunting, Running, and Life in the West.
Grizzly Peak 50k April 7 2013
Annadel Trail Half Marathon April 13,2013
Western States Training Camp 20 mi. May 27th, 2013
Wyoming unit 141/162 mule deer tag, Unit 91 antelope tag
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