Sunday, March 9, 2008

5K OUTDOORS !!

Sweet Pea and Runner Dude First outdoor run in the neighborhood... oh yea!
28 degrees, light breeze, snow on the ground

Yesterday, after 4 days of driving down to Mayo Clinic, it was actually great to get back to the indoor track for 6K.

For the best up date on Don's myeloma read the posts for the week of March 3-7 Myeloma Hope blog.

16 comments:

rocketpants said...

I bet 28 degrees felt like a tropical paradise after all the cold weather you guys have had! Glad to you could get outside.

cindy said...

Yippeee for running outside!!!

Anne said...

Those sunny skies sure look deceptively warm. Glad you finally got some fresh air.

Backofpack said...

It looks beautiful there. Cold, but beautiful. I bet you're glad to be home.

ShirleyPerly said...

Wow, I can't imagine running in such cold weather. Looks pretty, though, with the snow!

Vickie said...

I am looking forward to getting outside tomorrow. Early morning temps are supposed to be in the 30s.

CewTwo said...

Looked like it was a great time.

I haven't announced it yet, but I have decided to run the Chicago Marathon this year...

Sunshine said...

Hey great, Cewtwo, hope you have a fabulous run. I'd guess they will have enough water this year?!
I won't say a word, but you may have just announced your plan.

We had a great time last Oct, even though the race was pretty crazy.

DawnB said...

finally and well derserved

robtherunner said...

Looks like great running weather to me. Enjoy the outdoors!

Bob Gentile said...

Glad ur able to gt that OUTSIDE Running Time...more days are Coming SOOON!!!

Have a great Training WEEK!

peter said...

28 degrees, clear dry roads, light breeze--perfect! You could run down that pictured roadway forever.

Just12Finish said...

Yes, it's outdoors time all over the country around now - just different shades of cool/warmth!

WADDLER26.2 said...

The fresh air feels great!!!!

Lisa - Slow & Steady said...

Yay for outside running!!!!!

Nat said...

Good luck at the race this weekend! I wish I could run it. Enjoy this great MN weather :)