Yesterday (Saturday) when I went for my run, I purposefully ran by a few places I have pictures of in my Media Library, thinking I could include them in my Saturday Running Commentary Post. Then I wrote the post late, in a hurry, and did not bother with pictures. In my defense, I was anxious to get out for Sunday’s run before I talked myself out of it.
As I ran today (Sunday) (I guess you could have figured that much out), I also ran by a few places I have pictures of. So I thought I might do a Sunday Running Commentary Post and use a few pictures.
Both days I ran by the Grand Colonial Bed and Breakfast. It is handily located on German Street.
The informational plaque on the walkway over what used to be a hydraulic canal appeared to be coated with ice. I did not examine it closely. Yes, I run slowly, but not that slow.
I continued down the path, thinking I might also run by my beloved Herkimer Historic Four Corners. Then I saw something that changed my mind: a Do Not Enter sign. Regular readers know how I love to Enter where it says not to.
It was not a bad run, and I enjoyed a full ten minute cool down walk. I am planning in my head which days to run on in the coming week. I also hope to continue my daily walks. Physical fitness, here I come!
What is the meaning of the colored walkway? I see it has writing on it.
It’s different ways to walk. The one shown says step, then there are ones that say tiptoe, march, crab walk. I keep wanting to bring my great-niece and nephew for a walk there.