- Mar 8, 2012
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4.5 miles with the dogs on sidewalks and paths. Some was cleared, some was ice and snow. Temps in the low 30s.
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I hate you. Only joking, but this looks so good, and I can't drink anymore...5.25 miles to my favorite local brewery and back. The trail section was really slow, since the snow is slushy in places. Temps in the low 40s. I read another ten pages or so in my book while there.
Just fine... I only had one beer, and the trail conditions were pretty sloppy anyway. The route I chose to get there was about 1.5 miles each way on snow, so I wasn't going terribly fast anyway. Combine that with my 11.5 miles yesterday, and this was just an easy run with the dogs.How did you do this? I've never ran after drinking beer before, was it alright?