Fit To Ride
Awareness of the outside world. Equal time for TdF beefcake. I like how the style changes along with the color. The dude presenting the yellow jersey is wearing yellow suspenders and a bow tie. Yesterday, end of stage 12. [The Restart]
Odenville City Park
Little Walking Lately
1) More riding. Yay!
Less walking. Boo!
2) Resting seems to have addressed the aches in my knees & left hip. I find myself uninterested in reviving them. My joints are not amused by slipping in mud. So, I don’t walk the pasture in bad footing. In my defense, the mud around here is super slick. A few drops of rain and you are skating through slop.
Conversely, I am not amused by driving somewhere to walk. It’s not a green practice and it’s silly to spend more time on the drive than on the walk.
Net-net, less walking. Weekly 5Ks not happening.
Little Walks Lately
1) Rainy Day Trio
Drove around checking out parks for future walks.
Georgetown Lake Park. Came here a while back for a Spotted photo shoot that did not make it into the blog. Update [Wandering Around The Water, Walk Report, Baltimore Running Festival Virtual 5K]
Loch Haven Park, aka Hoover Dog Park. Rain let up, so I took a get-acquainted lap. Coming home from dance class, so didn’t feel the need to walk an entire mile. Logged for the virtual Mississippi River project. [Biking and Walking Virtually, June 10] Update [Walking Goes To The Dogs, Walk Report, Virtual Abbott Dash to the Finish Line 5K, 2021]
2) Stopping On The Way
When I’m out, I look for places to do my daily mile.
I’ve said it before. I continue to be amazed at the number of tiny parks tucked into civic spaces.
Stay safe. Stay sane.