I took the ace bandage off my wrist this morning for a short run up to Top of the World and back. The skies were blue, the weather cool and I had some traction! Yes, when my feet hit the ground, they didn’t slide. Beautiful. No ice, no snow, no slush. Today’s run was a quiet little adventure. Merely a peaceful run through the wilderness. My calves were tight at first. My knees ached a bit at first also. They ached from impact injury not from repetitive-use (my left knee is scabbed up a bit). Anyway, I’d much rather have the impact injury over repetitive-use.
I saw plenty of hikers and runners on the trails today. An influx of people into the sport, or perhaps signs of New Years Resolutions. It’s all good.
Today’s out-and-back: Wood Cyn, Cholla, West Ridge to Top of the World (& back )