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I left earlier and finished my run a few minutes before it became dark. There was one car in the parking lot when I drove away. I added a bit to my distance and did about 2.4 miles.I took no rest breaks during the run.
I left home after dark and did 1.7 miles on the Jordan River Parkway. There were two cars in the parking lot when I arrived, and I passed 2 people while going south from 100th South. I couldn't see them very well in the dark, but I said hello and they answered with voices from the dark. Show More Summary
I went running in the late afternoon, and I did a heavy day of 2.2 miles. It was getting dark when I finished and returned to my car. I'm getting used to the distance and am about ready to increase my distance. I took no rest breaks during my run.
Judy and I left in mid-day to run and walk along the Jordan River. The temperature was 34 (F), and I put on an extra layer (4 total) to keep warm. I felt fine during the jog and walk. The sky was overcast with just a sliver of sunlight here and there. Show More Summary
My wife and I went south from 100th South. We were out in the early afternoon, and there were several people on the path and a lot of vehicles in the parking lot. I went under 106th South and went to the green sign about vegetation being repopulated. Show More Summary
My wife and I went south from 100th South, and I jogged and walked for a light run. I did, though, increase by distance to 1.7 miles from 1.5 miles. I took no rest breaks on the way out and one break on the way back. I did take a short break at the turn-around point. Show More Summary
It was dark when I started my run, using the 80 second:60 second ratio of jogging and walking. It had been raining during the daytime, but the rain had stopped, and the wind also had stopped. The path was full of water puddles, but it wasn't slippery. Show More Summary
I was glad today was a light day, because I did the 1.5 miles but didn't feel very well. I did a lot of walking during the last 0.5 miles.Temperature was in the mid 40s (F).
I did 2.0 miles today and felt pretty good.
The air temperature was in the low 50s (F), and there was a south wind of about 10-15 mph. It was a nice day, though. Cloudy and not much sun, but I was glad to be out running and walking.
This post isn't about running, but it is about Fake News. I think this topic is important, and I'm posting the following graphic even though the graphic isn't about running. Click the picture to get a larger image.
Today was a wonderful day to be outside. Warmer temperature and more people on the path. There are 8 or 9 cats on the path, and at least three groups of people feed the cats. Most of the cats are wild cats, born outside but friendly to people.
Not many people were on the path. The temperature was in the mid 40s (F), and the sky was cloudy.
The temperature was 41 (F) when I left home in the late afternoon. I wore a long-sleved t-shirt over my underware, and I was cold for most of the run, but as I neared the parking lot on my way back, I felt warm since my body was generating enough heat that it overcame the cold temperatures. Show More Summary
Today was a light day, and I did 15 miles. The temperature was in the high 40s (F), and I enjoyed the sun when it wasn't hid by clouds.
This afternoon I went south and did my regular 2.0 miles. I felt pretty good and did the distance with no rest stops going down or back; the only rest stop was at the turn around point. The sky was cloudy, and the temperature was in the mid 50s (F). Show More Summary
Today was a light run, and I did 1.5 miles, going south from 100th South. Judy and I went in the mid afternoon, and the air temperature was in the mid 60s (F). Quite a few cyclists were on the path, but not a lot of walkers and runn...
Judy and I drove to the parking lot at 108th South, and we went south for approximately 2.0 miles. It's been over a year since I went on that portion of the Jordan River Parkway, and I didn't remember where the 1-mile marker is. Next...Show More Summary
Judy and I drove up to the ski areas (Brighton) and walked around Silver Lake. I'm guessing the distance was about 1.25 miles. The distance wasn't great, but the elevation was high and breathing was difficult. In shady spots, there was snow on the ground, although the ground was dry in areas that get sun. Show More Summary