On this morning’s walk, I purposely walked by places I took pictures last Saturday, so I could use the last three in today’s post. Of course it was dark when I walked today, but pictures don’t turn out so well in the dark.
Walking or running (Oh, WILL I ever run again?), I usually try to see the temperature on the sign in front of Trinity Lutheran Church. That is how I know I can rock a run down to 10 degrees Fahrenheit. This morning was warmer than 59 degrees. It was muggy too. I anxiously await a break in humidity.
This is the infamous Hill By Valley Health. I capitalize it, because I often refer to it when logging my runs and now walks. It is by no means as formidable as the hill up to Herkimer College (previously known as HCCC), but I found it took some effort to get up it this morning.
Every morning, I carry a small bottle of water, drink it while I walk, and refill it at the spring. It is what I used to do one my longer runs, when I was getting up to 50 minutes, or mornings I felt particularly dehydrated. I feel particularly dehydrated most of the time these days. I don’t know what that’s all about.
It was not a bad walk. Few of my walks are. Of course, walking is much easier than running, and you don’t always need to shower afterwards. I will have to start making some more interesting observations, though, if I want to continue making a lot of Pedestrian Posts. For today, however, I’ll just bill this as a Tired Tuesday and drive on. Once again, thank you for tuning in.
That’s a pretty area.
It makes my walks very enjoyable.