Mileage Reporting Week 44 (Oct 29 - Nov 4)

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  1. Runlite01

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    5 mile run Tuesday 72 deg. f.
    4 mile run Thursday 53 deg. f. clear skies nice moon, cool breeze.
    Very nice running weather.
     
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    Boulder and I started out at 6:00 AM this morning. With the daylight savings time it was already a beautiful sunrise. I could still spot the Moon it was very cool and skies were clear.
    We did 7 miles I planned on 6 but it was so nice we did 1 extra.
    spotted a few red tail hawks, one goose in flight (honking), some parrots, we heard a rooster crowing and heard the parrots.
     
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    Currently in nyc supporting my partner in the marathon (that distance is way above my pay grade!). So just some gym sessions for me... -in the xeros of course...
     
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    A very quiet week for my feet: one run, nearly 8 miles. Went three miles in sandals, got tired of them, continued barefoot. Got one "wow" -- from a cyclist who looked like an advertisement for cycling products.

    I'm continuing my discovery of the unwritten social standards among runners. It seems that early morning runners -- pre-dawn, especially on weekends -- are excited to see each other and happy to say hello, but 8am-ish runners are miserable and can't wait to be done with running and don't want to be reminded that anyone actually enjoys being out there. I wish there were a way to put smiles on more faces. There's got to be some way to design a T-shirt that will leverage the feet-face-feet looks that people give me. "Pavement connoisseur." "Ankle-down nudist." "Happy feet, happy mind." "No pain, no gravel." "The road is just one big asphalt orthotic."
     
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    That’s interesting. I’ve noticed much the same... when I run early in the day most other runners will say hello, or respond if you say hello first. If I run the identical route in the evening-no one says a word! ...most odd, or it could just be me obviously:)...
     
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